Easily master any YouTube tutorial video or article with AI-generated assessments.
Generate a quiz in just a few clicks from a YouTube link, Wikipedia, or your own material.
Set your quiz conditions and generate a unique pin for participants to join your quiz.
Share a unique URL or quiz pin. You can analyse the results with a powerful analytics dashboard.
The analytics dashboard show powerful insights in learning. Easily see those who need more help on concepts covered in the quiz. Automatically understand the most difficult questions and create new quizzes based on these in a single click.
Studying for exams is sometimes much more fun with others. Easily invite others to your quizzes with a unique quiz code – no account sign up needed! In Kwizie, you can easily take quizzes in two modes: together synchronously (like Kahoot) or individual asynchronously (like Quizlet).
Open-book allow participants to preview material the quiz is based on, which is good for testing comprehension. Closed-book tests your knowledge without access to the quiz material to reveal where learning gaps are. Both quiz modes can be used as part of formative assessment during a course of work.
What exactly is the carbon cycle? This TED-Ed video quiz looks into the cyclical relationship of carbon, humans and the environment.
Studies have shown time and time again that learning can be much more engaging and effective when interaction with others is enabled.
Kwizie is founded in Finland where there is a firm value placed on student-centred learning.
Learners interact with the content they are trying to understand to make it stick. Receiving timely feedback also optimises learning further.
Manual quiz making can TAKE HOURS
Quiz making IN SECONDS with AI
Videos are not integrated into the platform
The ONLY PLATFORM where you can create quizzes automatically from Youtube videos
Not possible to chose between open and closed-book study
Easily set quiz conditions to quiz with or without access to study material
Only one way to take quizzes (either synchronous or asynchronous)
Learn both individually or together socially (like Kahoot synchronous or asynchronous like Quizlet)
Sharing and remixing quizzes is not possible
Reuse, remix, and share quizzes easily
Yes, it is absolutely free to try 🤍