In the exam, you can ask questions to the user in the way you want and make the user answer by writing.
Texts that the user may write as an answer may be restricted with regular expression. For example, if you expect from the user to type only a number, you can write a regular expression that covers only the numbers so that the user can type only numbers. Similarly, you can obligate the user to type
in the answer text by using a regular expression.
The answers given by the user during the exam are shown on the administrator’s screens to be evaluated at the end of the exam. The answer given to the question is evaluated on the scale of hundred by the administrator and the evaluation is recorded. In this way, the user’s answer is automatically included in the exam scoring.
Normally, answers given by writing are evaluated by the administrator. However, you can automate the evaluation process if the answer you expect from the user can be predetermined by a regular expression. For example, if the user writes
then, you can make the user get a full score (or a partial score).