Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 17, 2012
PracticeQuiz.com, a site devoted to providing high quality free practice exams has recently launched.
Unlike other free test prep sites, PracticeQuiz.com provides significant quantities of exam practice questions with full descriptive answers written and edited by experts in the field. Currently, it features free preparation content for a variety of commonly-taken exams such as the SAT and EMT-B. It covers fields such as business, medical, and technical, as well as other standardized tests including AP, GMAT, and CLEP.
For a website that keeps everything free, PracticeQuiz.com has a lot to offer. It already has 25+ exams for visitors to peruse and study at their leisure. It has plans to develop and add even more exams in the near future. Thus, its content will be regularly updated while remaining at zero charge.
Users can select from four different test modes, which are study, simulated test mode, question lists with answers, and question list mode without answers. The study mode will ask the user questions to answer and immediately reveal whether the answer entered is correct. It will provide a detailed explanation in either case, which would be helpful if the user ventured a lucky guess. It allows the user to jump around questions as well. The true test mode simulates actual testing conditions, which will set a limited time for a given number of questions, both of which can be modified by the user. The latter two modes are non-interactive modes which will list all questions and their answers depending on the mode. This is useful for those who want to look at the big picture and review questions in bulk.
“We think that with PracticeQuiz, we’ve found a way to deliver high quality test prep materials in a variety of highly usable formats without charging the consumer,” said Founder Ted Chan, “We hope users will try out some of our exams, and that we’ll be able to expand our offerings in the near future.”
PracticeQuiz.com is committed to making high quality education material easily accessible, especially those in the developing world who cannot afford expensive test prepping materials. In making its quality test preparation content freely available, it has surely achieved this goal. Using the ad-supported model, it will continue to develop and give away free content as long as visitors support its sponsor websites and partners.