What version of Word helps the teachers to download the question papers?

Any version of MSWord will allow teachers to download the .doc versions of question papers. However, it is recommended to use MSWord 2016 and above.

Can the management of a school control when the teachers can access XSEED TestMaker, if they wish their teachers to be able to access it only just before the exams?

No, this is currently not controllable. Please note Testmaker can be used for shorter tests as well, like Unit Tests, and not just final exams.

How do I create a test using the Testmaker?

Please refer the video and follow the steps.: https://drive.google.com/file/d/14TBxVy8fry8oqrR-nVeEk8IjUpRJ0LAO/view?usp=sharing

Questions are not chosen from all the Blocks selected.

This is a known issue and our development team is currently working on resolving the matter.

The same questions are repeated in the same question paper.

This is a known issue and our development team is currently working on resolving the matter.

I am unable to create a question paper on only one Block.

Please check the time you are allocating to the test. Minimum time is 20 minutes.

I need to edit the generated question paper as I see fit. / I need to generate the question paper as an editable word document

You can download the test paper in PDF and word format only, school can edit word format however while editing kindly ensure the mark correction and other formatting

I’m unable to open the pdf file (or the question paper).

You can download the test paper in PDF and word format only , in case you are not able to download the paper in any of these formates,Kindly check whether your device support PDF or word documents on not

Some students missed taking a test. Can I create a new test for them on the same syllabus which will have different questions?

If you want to retest any of your students on the same Blocks, you can make a completely new question paper without repeating any questions.* If you do not want the questions in a particular test to be reused in a new test, then just remember to mark that particular test as “Used for assessment”. All such “used” test papers will be visible to the other teachers in your school who teach the same subject/grades,…

For any combination of options that I choose to create a question paper, I’m getting the error message “Sorry, we did not find any Test matching the specified search criteria”.

This error indicates that the set of parameters chosen are not allowing a test to be generated. Try using different parameters for difficulty level, type of test, time of test, and the blocks chosen. If no combination works, then check if you have created several test papers from the same blocks and marked them as "used". If you remove that, the system will pick questions from those tests as well, and should be able to…