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Hi all,
I am planning to develop an online examination system. the system should work within an intranet. Basically, I would like to allow the instructor to enter his/her exam questions into a database system and determine the correct answers. The questions are all multiple-choiced. The system should also allow the student to do an online exams and get the result after submission.
I would like to know your suggestions regarding the system implementation. I prefer the easiest and the fastest way for development. It would be grate if html and javascript are sufficient.
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i did something like that. i used a java applet, servlet, and a .txt file.
it worked in IE but I had a problem in netscape i couldnt post to the servlet
the quiz was all in the applet. the servlet just got the "score" from the quiz at the end.
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it is set up to always have 4 choices so is limited by that. you would have to change other things too i imagine but maybe will give you an idea how it can be done in an applet.
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