Teachgroups is a multilingual tool for creating online tests, exams and courses, with the reliability and security of a cloud-based web management.


Teachgroups is used by both public and private schools and educational institutions, by private teachers and by all public or private companies that want to distribute tests and courses to their staff. The construction of the tests, easy and logical, allows a level of detailed control that make it the ideal tool to create entrance exams, exercises, control tests, periodic tests, evaluations of candidates, tests for internal courses etc. To access the site, request registration as 'New User' and reply to the verification email sent by Teachgroups . Registration as a student, school professor or company instructor is free of charge and only requires you to connect to a test provider (institution, professor, company) already registered in Teachgroups.

No, to use Teachgroups you only need to connect to the site via the internet with a browser, using a desktop PC, notebook, tablet or smartphone.

With class="app-name">Teachgroups all the main types of questions can be created:

  • Fill-in-the-blank
  • Open answer (single)
  • Open answer (multiple)
  • True/false (single)
  • True/False (multiple)
  • Multiple choice(selection of only one valid option among many)
  • Multiple answer (selection of one or more valid options)
  • Matching
  • Logical sequence (complete a sequence with the missing element)

In the video below you can see how the entry of a 'multiple choice' question works. Inside the application, in the help and tutorials sections, you will find videos and step-by-step explanations for all the features of the application.

Yes, images and videos can be freely inserted either as external links (youtube, vimeo, cdn etc.) or uploaded in the internal space available within the limits of the type of plan chosen (see plans and pricing).

Yes. Expressions, symbols and mathematical equations are inserted, in any question, writing them according to the most common encodings: AsciiMath (super simple) or TeX (for more sophisticated expressions).

Absolutely yes, without making copies. Any question or test can be translated into various languages by preparing the texts (and possibly the answers) in the desired languages.

Yes, each user creates their own system of classification codes for the contents of the various disciplines/activities, with related descriptions. Classification codes are then attributed to questions and tests. E.g. a code could be 'LI.EN.GR.V' intended as 'Languages / English / Grammar / Verbs'.

A test consists of a list of questions.

A test distribution is created by establishing the realization dates (start/end date and time), the language and the group of users to whom it is addressed.

Yes, when distributing the test, the scores of the individual questions and the total one are freely decided.

Yes. For example, the same test composed of exercises can be distributed at different times to different groups.

Yes. For example, a multidisciplinary control test may contain questions from various disciplines.

To keep under control the network resource consumption, to avoid abuses and to correctly establish the cost of different contract types (plans),Teachgroups implements the concept of 'credits', sometimes called 'user sessions,' intended as unit of resource consumption. The attribution and consumption of credits works as follows:

  • Each plan (contract type) which gives the possibility to create tests/courses and distribute them to students/trainees receives a fixed quantity of credits per month, e.g. if a private teacher sign a plan for 1 year with 12000 credits, he will receive a maximum of 1000 credits can be consumed in each contract month. It is important to remember that credits are always considered per month.
  • The monthly credit quantities of the plans are established to satisfy the normal standard consumption, but in case of need of additional credits a user can at any moment buy it via a 'resource-only' order. The credits will be calculated, priced and added to cover the period of time from the date of the order to the end of the plan.
  • The credit consumption is calculated as follows:
    Credit consumption
    View a test
    1 credit
    Answer or browse a test distribution
    1 credit
    Evaluate a test distribution
    1 credit
    View a course distribution
    1 credit for every 20 steps/slides of the course (rounded up).