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Can anyone suggest (from personal experience) a reliable free online quiz (exam) maker with MathJax support (displaying rendered equations in a webpage)? I mean a system for online testing. The main goal is automatic grading.

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It is not very difficult to write a quiz template in Latex, I suggest you give it a try yourself. It will take much less time than working with the online software. – Lord Soth Aug 11 '13 at 18:59
If you know LaTeX and you want to write a quiz in LaTeX then why don't you write it in LaTeX? I'm not sure I understand the difference between this and what you are looking for – Alexander Gruber Aug 11 '13 at 19:05
I mean a system for online testing (LaTeX support is for convenience). The main goal is automatic grading. – user35603 Aug 11 '13 at 19:17
I suspect when you say 'LaTeX' here you really mean 'displaying rendered equations in a webpage', which is probably covered by MathJax and is I'm afraid off-topic for us. – Joseph Wright Aug 11 '13 at 19:38
It's not on-topic there either. You need to find an education-based site (perhaps Academia?). – Sean Allred Aug 11 '13 at 20:18

You can use moodle to create the quiz (see here). The questions and answers can be entered in Latex.

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WeBWork is an on-line homework system based on Perl and LaTeX, but is not set up for a secure testing environment.

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