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Quizpoo Is An Easy & Unique Tool For Making Online Tests


Quizpoo lets you create, without requiring registration, “this or that” quizzes.

I had never actually heard of that “genre” of tests before, but you can see plenty of examples on their site. I could see students having a lot of fun making these kinds of tests. For example, as we study Latin America in my ELL Geography class, they could make one on “Mexico or Brazil” with the first “question” being “Brasilia” and the answer choices being “Mexico” or “Brazil.” The following “questions” could include “Pele” and “Baja California.”

Students in my English class could make grammar ones like “Plural or Singular,” etc.

I’m adding it to The Best Ways To Create Online Tests.

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.


  1. I was so excited about using this resource. It’s good I tested it first before using it with my elementary students, though. I did a practice one, and my final results comments included an “inappropriate” word. I did a couple more, and not all of the results pop up with inappropriate words, but you might want to warn other teachers this is a possibility.

  2. Hey Larry,

    Thanks for the shout-out! We’re currently looking at ways we can use QuizPoo in the classroom for thing like class participation points.

    You used great examples in your post. We’re thinking about making a video that demonstrates those uses, too.


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