The Addmen OMR software possesses three main modules which include the OMR answer sheet checker, the OMR form reader and the question paper preparation software. While the first two modules are used for designing, reading and checking OMR answer sheets and forms, the third one has no connection to the OMR processing system. Rather, it is a software which helps you create question papers, not only for OMR test papers but also for subjective type questions. The video provided here provides an introduction to the main interface and how to set up the question bank.
The OMR software interface shows all the three modules. The paper generator software works in two steps – creating a question bank and generating the paper.
The question bank software is used for storing and maintaining different types of questions. This is where you can create and apply tags to these questions. You can store questions in different languages.
In the second step, you can generate the question paper by defining the composition of the paper. You can get the question paper within a few minutes.
The question bank interface has six filters, namely unit, chapter, topic, category, level and type. You can change the name of the filter by clicking on the Edit button. In the above video, the filter name Unit is renamed as Subject.
On the right hand side is a table for question ID and question file names. At the right end are the buttons like list, save, remove filter, delete, etc.
Here you can create your own filters for ease of categorizing the questions. If you want to create filters for Chemistry, you have to click on filter no. 2 and add the chapters accordingly. This has to be followed for all the filters. This way you can create question papers for a particular class on a particular subject, or a particular chapter.
The user has the freedom to plan the filters or property tags. The question answer software does not have any specific system.
This introductory video of Addmen's question paper making software would give you a clear idea on how to create filters in the question bank.
|Part 2 - Building the Question Bank|
|Part 3 - Create Blue Print: Define Test Paper|
|Part 4 - Generate Question Paper Output|