PARAM, Embibe's Automatic Test Generator (ATG) helps you get rid of the time-consuming process of manually generating standardized tests.
With Param's in-built question bank, you can generate and publish quality tests for JEE Main and NEET within 5 minutes.

Currently, Param has a collection of 87419 questions for JEE Main and 68125 questions for NEET.

Param can help educational institutes, teachers and their students to: 

  • Create standardized and custom tests and assignments for the students based on what was taught in the classroom
  • Make the online tests available for your students on the website and app so that the students can revise what was taught in the class,
  • It will take away all the effort and time that a teacher spends in creating a test manually.

Why use Param?

  • Use our content or edit and reuse it
  • Create chapter-wise and standard exam level mock tests for your students
  • Create test in vernacular language
  • Conduct tests after each unit or chapter
  • Save 90% time and effort in designing, conducting and evaluating tests

How to create a test with Param?

Follow the steps as under to create a test:

Step 1: Login to your institute dashboard. Click here. 

Step 2: From the left side of the screen, click on "Param Saksham".

Step 3: Click on "Start Creating Test".

Step 4: Choose the goal of the test - Engineering or Medical.

Step 5: Choose the exam for which you want to create the test (JEE Main for Engineering or NEET for Medical).

Step 6: Choose a format for the test. You can choose one of the following:

  • Standard format type, like Chapterwise test, Previous year test, Full test
  • Custom format type, like 1 hour test, 3 hour test, or a custom test.

Select the "Create Test" option as shown in the image below:

Step 7: Name your test.

Step 8: Set the total number of questions in the test. Note that it cannot exceed 250.

Step 9: Set the time duration of the test.

Step 10: Set the overall difficulty level of the test. You can choose among Much Easier, Easier, Standard Exam Level, Harder and Much Harder. Just click and hold on the level that you want to set.

Step 11: Likewise, select the average time to solve the test. You can choose one among Much Shorter, Shorter, Exam Level, Lengthier, and Much Lengthier.

Step 12: Next, you can choose to exclude questions from previous year papers and tests conducted in the last three months simply by toggling the button against the respective options. This feature is helpful if you want to repeat the questions from previously created test.

Step 13: In this step, you can select the subjects you want to include in the test. You can also change the number of questions from each subject.

You can select just one subject (to create a subject-wise test) or even one chapter (to create a chapter-wise test).

Click on the button inside the red box next to the "Number of Questions" (as shown in the image above) for a particular subject and you can also select the difficulty level of questions, deviation of difficulty level, and order of difficulty for that subject.

Step 14: In this step, you can select the chapters which you want to include in the test for each subject and set the number of questions from that particular chapter. 

First click on the "Edit/Save" option for a particular subject as shown in the image below. 

You will see the following screen from where you can select/ deselect the chapters and set the number of questions from each of them. You can also choose to distribute the questions based on weightage in previous years' papers.

Note: Click on the "Save" button after making the changes.

Step 15: Click on "Save & Continue" and you will be directed to the screen as shown below:

Here you will be able to select the type of questions (Single Choice Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, Matrix Match Questions, etc) for each section. You will also be able to set the number of questions for the selected type as well as the marking scheme.

Note: This feature will be available once the option to create tests for JEE Advanced is launched
Step 16: After you click on "Save & Continue", the ATG will pick up questions from its question bank based on your requirements, i.e. the parameters set by you and generate the test. 

Click on "Bulk Actions" to change the marking scheme of an entire section or the whole paper.

Click on the name of the subject to review that section.

Under the subject, you can click on a particular question, any of the options under it, or its solution to make the necessary changes in it with the inbuilt editor.

With the editor, you can do the following:

a. Click on "Format" to change the format of selected text/add headings and sub-headings.

b. You can also select the font of the text by clicking on the "Font" option. 

Note that selecting "Kruti Dev" will enable typing in Hindi.

c. You can bold, italicize, and underline selected text.

d. You can add subscript and superscript using these buttons:

e. You can insert numbered as well as bulleted lists:

f. You can add images and tables as well. To insert an image, click on the button inside the red box as shown in the screenshot below:

You will see the following screen from where you can upload the image:

To insert a table, click on the button as shown in the image below:

As you can see, creating tables needs you to select the number of rows and column.

g. Clicking on the button inside the box as shown in the image below will open another window which will enable you to insert mathematical equations.

h. Similarly, you can also add chemical formulas by clicking on the button shown in the image below (inside the red box):

In addition to that, you will be able to:

  • Add more options and change the correct answer for any question
  • Change marking scheme and edit/add question meta tags
  • Report a question if you think it is incorrect or replace it with another

Make sure you click on the "Update" button after making all the changes in a particular question.

Step 17:
In this step, you will be able to add or edit instructions for your students.

Step 18: In this step, you can either download the test as a PDF file or publish on your Embibe website and white label Embibe app.

Clicking on "Download PDF" will give you the option to: 

  • Select the test set and download it; a total of 6 sets will be available
  • Download its answer key, and
  • Download both answer key and solutions.

Otherwise, you can click on "Publish Test". This will take you to the following screen:

Here, each row corresponds to a batch. As you can see, for every batch, there is:

  • a check box on the left side,
  • a "View" option,
  • a blank space for password,
  • a "Schedule" button, and
  • a "Set Date" button.

There is also another button, "Password Actions". 

Here, you will be able to do the following:

  • Check the box against the batch (as shown in the left side of the image above) for which you want to conduct the test.
  • Click on "View" to view the list of the students in a particular batch.
  • Set password for the test of a particular batch by clicking on the blank space corresponding to that batch (in the "Password" column). You can also click on "Password Actions" and clear the passwords or auto-generate them.
  • Click on "Schedule" and then select the date and time for the test to go live. You can also select the date and time for the test to end or choose to keep it live forever. 
  • Set the date and time for the report/result to be generated for students by clicking on "Set Date" under Solutions.

Step 19: Click on "Publish Now" To publish the test. Your test will be published on your app as well as institute website and you will see the following screen:

If you do not want the test to be available on your website, you can click on "Disable for Web".

Tracking students' performance after Test

  • Automatic evaluation of the test
  • Get insights into the performance of the students
  • Use the Test Analysis tab to see the list of the tests along with the number of students who appeared for each test and the average student performance data

Clicking on a particular test gives detailed insights into the students’ performance in that test:

  1. Marks Distribution - Maximum, minimum, and average score in the test
  2. Attempt Summary - the total number of Perfect Attempts, Wasted Attempts, Overtime Attempts, and Unattempted questions, strongest and weakest concepts of all students
  3. Average Accuracy
  4. Average Time Spent

Track Individual Student Performance

  • Track the performance of individual students and know their strengths and weaknesses by scrolling down and clicking on the "View Feedback" option against the name of a particular student. 
  • Use this data to provide the student with personalized guidance on how to improve marks

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