Create exams, surveys, and quizzes and display the result immediately after the user completes the questionnaire. You can assign grades and point levels for every grade in the exam / quiz. Then assign points to every answer to a question and Watu will figure out the grade based on the total number of points collected.
Watu for WordPress is a light version of Watu PRO. Check it if you want to run fully featured exams with data exports, student logins, elaborate grading system, categories, reports, etc.
Very quick and easy to start: Watu pre-fills a simple demo quiz with 3 questions when you install it.
This plugin is mobile / touch – friendly. The quizzes will work on mobile devices and phones.
Please go to Watu Quizzes in your dashboard to start creating quizzes, exams or surveys.
- Creates quizzes, surveys, tests and exams
- Use shortcodes to embed quizzes in posts or pages
- Single-choice questions
- Multiple-choice questions
- Open-end questions (essays)
- Required questions
- Deactivate questions
- Randomize questions
- Pull random questions from a pool
- Shows answers at the end of the quiz or immediately after selection
- List of users who took the tests along with their results
- Export results to CSV file
- Import questions from CSV file
- Ajax-based loading of the quiz results
- Facebook and Twitter sharing of the quiz results
- Mobile / touch – friendly user interface
- Notify admin when someone takes a quiz
- Send email to the quiz taker with their results
- You can connect to MailChimp using the Watu to MailChimp Bridge
- A basic bar chart is available for showing user points vs. average points on a given quiz
Attention WordPress Network (Multi Site) Users
When activating the plugin do it as blog admin and not as network admin.
Feel free to check the live demo here. It should answer most “pre-download” questions.
If you have more doubts just download the plugin and check out if it works for you. It’s free and takes a few seconds to install and activate.
When opening a support thread please provide URL (link) where we can see your problem.
In order to allow other plugins to integrate better to Watu we have started working on developers API.
The following action calls are currently available:
= do_action(‘watu_exam_submitted’, $taking_id)
Called when exam is submitted, passes the attempt ID
= do_action(‘watu_exam_submitted_detailed’, $taking_id, $exam, $user_ID, $achieved, $g_id)
Same as above but passes also the full exam object, the user ID, points and grade ID
= do_action(‘watu_exam_saved’, $exam_id)
Called when you add or edit exam (after submitting the changes). Passes the changed exam ID.
- Persian (Farsi) translation provided by Reza: download zip with .po / .mo files
German translation provided by Peter Baumgartner is available here
The included Romanian translation is provided by Andrei Ciuculescu
Portuguese translation provided by José Costa
Spanish translation provided by Sebastian Cetrangolo / seeeba
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Upload the entire folder
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Go to “Watu Settings” to change the default settings (optional)
- Go to “Watu Quizzes” under “Tools” menu to create your exams, add questions, answers and grades. On the “manage questions” page of the created exam page, above the questions table you will see a green text. It shows you the code you need to enter in a post content where you want the exam to appear.