How I Use It
I use this tool extensively for tutoring. Once students have completed their math assignments from school, we locate those same skills on thatquiz.org for further reinforcement. Because a quiz can be set up in advance and saved via the unique URL, I can remotely assign quizzes to students who request additional practices. In my own classroom, I create ELA based assessments which students complete as review exercises for upcoming summative assessments. A fantastic site overall that my tutoring students request to use, as it shows them their successes immediately.
That Quiz allows you to select from a wide variety of topics (mostly math) and to create mini-quizzes for students to complete. The mini-quizzes can be modified by number of questions, difficulty level, time limit (if any), and discrete skill. For example, you can select a generic topic such as triangles and decide whether you want students to name them (scalene, right, etc,), measure area, measure perimeter, find missing sides, etc. Once you selected all of your variables (takes just seconds!) you can save the unique URL and assign to students. Students can likewise tweak all variables to create their own practices. Quizzes are self-scoring, and students can return to those questions missed for retaking (some feedback is available as needed). You can also sign up as a user (free!) and create even more specialized quizzes, even in Language Arts.