May 5, 2012
-- MindReps.com, a free educational website, has released an innovative medical terminology quiz feature to help students master this topic. Quizzes are dynamically generated by drawing randomly from a database featuring hundreds of medical terminology multiple-choice questions. Each quiz contains thirty questions, and users may take an unlimited number of quizzes.
Quizzes are actually randomized in four ways: 1) the questions included, 2) the order of the questions, 3) the detractors included for each question, and 4) the order of the detractors for each question. Each question in the medical terminology database contains four to six detractors, and three are randomly chosen along with the correct answer for a total of four answer choices per question. These multiple layers of randomization help to prevent quiz content from becoming predictable or familiar, challenging the user to continuously engage his/her memory.
All quiz questions have been handcrafted by a staff of medical terminology content experts. Users will find the average question difficulty to be moderate, as detractors have been carefully chosen for their plausibility in context. Also, the easy-to-navigate topic menu allows users to select a quiz on the entire set of medical terminology questions or a subtopic such as anatomy or physiology.
In terms of site design, MindReps.com has been optimized for fast loading, allowing users to progress through quiz questions as rapidly as they like. The large buttons and simple layout also make MindReps.com equally easy to use from a desktop or mobile device.
With multi-layer randomization, high-quality content and a simple user interface, MindReps.com has raised the bar on medical terminology quizzes. Visit http://www.mindreps.com
for more information or to experience this innovative new feature for yourself.