my goal: to enrich your knowledge and skills, while strengthening my own knowledge and skills.
Online test + answering with mouse-clicks + your scores are given for numerous subjects. You can click the subject or type in search window the name of the topic and test yourselves. Click here:--> ayyoonlinetests
Preparation pages here are, by and large, arranged according to subjects. e.g. On page 3, you can find subjects starting with ``C`` say ``Computers``. On page 12, you can find subjects starting with ``L`` say ``Library and Information Science``. These pages were earlier containing online tests. I could not maintain them and update them as planned. Now, these pages contain the preparation material. I am removing online tests on these pages.
Some of the questions are abridged versions of past examination questions. Hence, there is no need to have a feel of ``deja vu`` (already seen).
Can't I online practise all the 10000 questions on your database, 100 at a time?
Click this link.
How to take prints of questions, correct answers, incorrect answers ticked, % of marks etc. -- of the onlinetests of different topics?
Ans: After opening the ayyoonlinetests page, type the topic in search window or single click in the menu. Then click the search button.
Questions on the topic appear. Click the radio buttons for the correct answers as per your mind. For showing progress at any point of time, go to the bottom and click the show answers button (not reset button). See your marks and correct/incorrect answers at the bottom.
Suppose we have selected information science, and found some questions on the subject. We clicked appropriate radio buttons for some questions.
When we get a feel that we need a print, we have to go to file menu on top and select print option. Or we should press shortcut key i.e. Control p. Print window appears. Below is a screenshot:
Screenshot of printtofile.
What we have to do in the window: click on printtofile. Click the radio button pdf. Type some output filename before .pdf. Select desktop in the folder menu.
The pdf file of the name given by you, will appear on your desktop. You can then order it for printing, if you have an attached printer. If you do not have a printer at home, you can copy it to a pen-drive, take it to an internetcafe/DTP-shop and get it printed.
Question: We find that some questions do not have examination value. Why do you add them?
Some questions, though they may not have examination value, have human values and personality development values. They are like old-person=disased-person-corpse which opened Gautama Buddhaâ€´s eyes. Some questions have fun value, to prevent boredom. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
Question: We find too few pictures. Why donâ€´t you add more photos?
I am searching for un-copyrighted photos in the net, which I can add as image links to the question. This will take sometime. First priority is making MCQs from rawdata and raw-news. Another equal priority is writing scripts with which I can make the mcqs more searcheable and randomisable. Only one person i.e. I, is working with a slow internet connection. Kindly bear with me.
Question: Why donâ€´t you add more mathematics and chemical formulae?
I have recently overcome the problem of writing mathematical symbols to powers, superscripts and subscripts. We can speed up now.
Question: We find in the mcqs, there is a domination by medical terms and English synonyms and antonyms.
Recently, I have been working on a goal of compiling a dictionary of medical terms. A part of that effort, I used for making questions on anatomy, diagnostics, health, pathology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, surgeries etc. Hence some skewness arose in the composition of questions and randomisation. I am adding more questions of other subjects and trying to work out a good spread of subjects. As new questions are added everyday, this skewness will go in course of time.
Question: I find many questions in random tests, are not relevant or important for me.
In random tests, this is a problem. You can leave out irrelevant questions for the time being. You will get your score as a % of questions answered by you.
Example: We have 50 questions in a random test. Suppose you answer 10 questions, leaving 40, as they are irrelevant or outside your syllabus. Suppose 8 answers clicked by you are correct. Then you will get a score of 80%.
Question: Can I get thesaurus help?
You can see the thesaurus page link in the left column. Or