Cool Tools for School is a good place to start.

QUIZ AND TEST GENERATORS - Find the one that is right for you!

  • ClassMarker is an online quizmaker that marks your tests and quizzes for you.
  • Formative - distribute quizzes to students and watch their responses in real time. Assignments can be as simple as one question exit tickets like "what did you learn today?" to complex quizzes that use a combination of multiple choice, short answer, true/false, and "show your work questions."

  • Gnowledge is one of the best collaborative quiz/test creators around. (Top 100 Site of 2011)
  • Hot Potatoes- includes six applications, enabling you to create interactive multiple-choice, short-answer, jumbled-sentence, crossword, matching/ordering and gap-fill exercises for the World Wide Web. Hot Potatoes is freeware, and you may use it for any purpose or project you like. You can have a look the tutorials here.
  • KUBBU Teachers can create games, quizzes, or crosswords; make them available online for students, and then view and analyze the results.
  • Quia - check with your individual school--some schools, such as the high school have accounts. Otherwise, this does cost.
  • Quiz Centre- you can create, administer and grade quizzes online. It provides instant feedback.
  • QuizMaker- lets you create multiple choice quizzes. You can add pictures or links to your quizzes. When you finish, just copy and paste it to your webpage.
  • Quiz Revolution - Make an embeddable quiz or survey about anything in minutes with our easy to use wizard!
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socrative external image external.gif Socrative transforms multiple student devices into student response systems for free! Engage upper elementary and secondary students in classroom activities with educational exercises and games in real time via smartphones, laptops, and tablets. Socrative is easy to set up and features formats including multiple choice, True/False, and short answer. Results can be viewed online in a Google spreadsheet or received via email as an Excel file. Grades 6-12. (AASL 2013 Best Websites for Teaching and Learning)


Would you like to use a survey for your classes or your project? You can easily create one at SurveyMonkey. Select from over a dozen types of questions (multiple choice, rating scales, drop-down menus, and more..). Options allow you to require answers to any question, control the flow with custom skip logic, and even randomize answer choices to eliminate bias. Distribute survey or poll via email or your own website. Free and easy!

For a sample survey, go to the Inservice Survey.

Other poll/survey websites include:
Freeonline Surveys
Polldaddy- similar to surveymonkey, with a nice user interface (Free for up to 10 question poll)
ProProfs'--mainly for polls.
Survs - it lets you create online surveys collaborating with others in multi-user accounts. You can collect responses and analyze the results in real time with others.