I need to conduct a quiz for MSc level students. It is an intercollegiate competition. I have prepared the questions in Algebra and Analysis for six rounds. Now comes the LaTeX part.

I have used beamer to create the questions in one side and the answer in the next slide. It works perfectly. But I want it to be more lively and interactive.

I am wondering about the following things.

  1. Is it possible to maintain the dynamic scores of each team in all the slides?

  2. If the answer is correct I want to play a video and if the answer is wrong I want to play another video to make the event to be fun. How to do this?

  3. What are some other interesting features of LaTeX that I can use to make the quiz more lively?

Kindly share your thought.

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    LaTeX is not really suitable for interactive presentations like this. A more practical solution could be to build a web browser-based presentation using MathJax for typesetting the mathematics. – Marijn Feb 11 at 7:54
  • Thank you. But I am not familiar with MathJax. I will check nevertheless. Can you please tell me about my third question. – GA316 Feb 11 at 9:21
  • You can add some animations or try to make the design and layout of the slides more dynamic, see tex.stackexchange.com/questions/158638/… and tex.stackexchange.com/questions/105621/… for some examples. – Marijn Feb 11 at 9:46
  • I think you need to check the package of eqexam. – Diaa Feb 11 at 9:57

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