There are quite a few of online quiz platforms that allow students to use their own devices to answer multiple choice questions and get the result in real-time. Our team compared some of the most popular in-class quiz platforms currently being used across K-12 and university settings.
|iOS Apps for Student||Yes
|Android Apps for Student||Yes||No||Not required|
|iOS for teacher||No||No||Yes|
|Android for teacher||No||No||Yes|
|Student registration||No required||No required||No required|
|Question displayed||On teacher’s compute||On player-devices||On teacher’s computer|
|Students’ devices needed?||Yes||Yes||No|
|How many people can play at the same time?||4,000||2,000+||63 cards|
|Public question bank?||Yes||Yes||No|
|Maximum number of options per question||4||4||4|
|Help||Kahoot Tutorials||Quizizz Resources||Plickers Help|
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