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Is There A Way I Can Find Pre Test On Anatomy Online And Import Them To My Phone On Cram?
First I would check the list of uploaded tests in Cram on your device to see if a similar test exists, by going to "Import" and logging in with "cram" as the username and password. If it does not exist, you can upload the test you create to your account at http://simpleleap.com/appLogin.htm using the username/password you created when you registered.(http://simpleleap.com/cramRegister.htm). You can also upload it to the community list of tests by logging in with "cram" as the username and password on the website.
You can import almost any test material as long as you follow the correct format (http://simpleleap.com/faq.htm#cramUpload):
1. Create a new plain text document(.txt) in your favorite text editor such as Word, Notepad, WordPad, TextEdit etc, and make sure it is in plain text .txt format, or uploading/importing of test may not work properly.
2. In the text document:
-Place your question on a single line.
-On the very next line insert your answer choices, with each on on their own line (up to 5 answer choices)
-Denote the correct answer by placing two asterisks (**) before the answer.
-Finally, insert a blank line following the last answer choice.
-Repeat this process for adding additional questions.
You can reference a sample test for clarity at http://simpleleap.com/sampleTest.htm
We encourage everyone to generate and share original content, but if you find test material from another source make sure they're okay with it.
Hope this helps
Last edited by pchukwura; 07-29-2008 at 01:52 AM. Reason: typo
so if i google anatomy practice test and they give me a test i can copy that to microsoft works and the make it in text for and import in my phone? do you know where i can find anatomy pre test or test maybe vocab words i ask because i start school in a few weeks and i want to get ahead start on my anatomy class because thats not an easy class so does anyone have any suggestions
There should be enough material on the subject on Google or most search engines to create your own test material. And as long as you format your tests correctly (http://simpleleap.com/sampleTest.htm ), there should not be any issues uploading the test or importing the test into Cram on your device.so if i google anatomy practice test and they give me a test i can copy that to microsoft works and the make it in text for and import in my phone? do you know where i can find anatomy pre test or test maybe vocab words i ask because i start school in a few weeks and i want to get ahead start on my anatomy class because thats not an easy class so does anyone have any suggestions
Last edited by pchukwura; 07-29-2008 at 12:01 PM.
this should come in handy once college starts..
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