Below are some screenshots of what I’m currently working on. The current focus is enabling you to have more ability to work through the question pool in manageable chunks, rather than simply taking practice tests covering the whole question pool
The site will keep track of your progress through the question pool and allow you to customize your tests to prioritize which questions you see, for example:
- questions you haven’t seen yet – to ensure you see the whole pool
- questions you are scoring poorly on – to provide extra practice in these areas
The other benefit of rewriting the code is that I can make it far more mobile-friendly.
The question display follows the existing approach of showing the questions one after another, as you will see on the real exams. Figures are shown in line with the questions when appropriate.
One the test is graded you first see your overall results, showing which subelements were included and how you did on each section. You can then scroll further down to see question-by-question results, particularly useful for the questions you got wrong.
The site shows your incorrect answer as well as highlighting the correct answer. It also keeps track of your answer history for each question so you’ll be able to see where you might be getting mixed up between answers. I’ll be improving this particular display to show a bar chart of your historical answer selection, rather than the basic numbers shown here.
In due course I’d like to add in explanatory text for the answers so you can understand why a particular answer is correct. I have a lot of historical data from the current site that will allow me to start with the topics people generally get wrong the most and then I can work through the question pool from there.
That’s where things are at the moment – all comments and questions welcome!