Practice modes for students have appeared in Microsoft Forms and Google Forms
A special mode for students has appeared in Microsoft Forms, which will help them study and consolidate their knowledge of subjects. Practice is intended for online tests.
In this mode, students will display each question one at a time. If they answer it correctly or incorrectly, they will know the result instantly. If a quiz question will have more than two answer options, but the student chooses one incorrect answer, he will be able to change his decision thanks to on-screen prompts.
Students will also be able to skip a question they are not ready to answer or ask to show the correct one.
After completing the test, the student will be able to review all the answers he gave, try again or go to the real task.
Similarly, Google has added a new mode to the Classroom exercise sets tool. Educators can now have better control over resources and save time when creating assignments, as they can convert Google Forms into hands-on learning sets using helpful features such as suggested resources and prompts, instant student support, and analytics.
The ability to convert Google Forms is available in Google Workspace Education Plus and Teaching and Learning Upgrade.
Students can complete tasks using their chosen input device, such as a mouse, stylus, touchpad, or math keyboard. They also get automatic tips and video recommendations.