- Posted January 22, 2014 by
Madison Hills University Takes a Step towards Educational Excellence through E-Quiz
The excellence of an educational institute can be determined by how well the institutes design its programs to enhance the conceptual skills of an individual and contribute towards his or her growth. Madison Hills University has always strived to make the online education experience a most enriching one as far as learning is concerned. Madison Hills University has introduced the online Quiz feature for its students through which they can evaluate themselves in terms of course syllabus and identify the weak areas they need to focus on.
Madison Hills University offers degree, diploma, and certificate programs all over the globe. Madison Hills University is internationally acclaimed and recognized university which is renowned for its quality education backed up by its commendable academic services. Their academic services are carefully monitored by their concerned authorities who ensure the authenticity and maintenance of high standards of education consistently.
Madison Hills University launched the use of E-Quiz feature in its academic services lately.
These tests have been designed by a team of faculty members and career professionals of Madison Hills University and are regularly monitored by them. The tests have been devised in a way that helps students to assess their course knowledge and conceptual understanding. They can also identify their strengths and weaknesses so as to know where improvement is required. The results of the tests are sent to the student via email. Based upon the results, the student is suggested a solution to improve his or her weak spots and capitalize on his or her strengths. This way, student-teacher interaction is heightened and students can work on their aptitude thoroughly under guidance of experienced professionals.
“Through the E-Quiz, Students will gain an insight of concepts taught and will know how to increase productivity. This introspective approach will give them a clear idea about how much they have learned and how much they have to learn.” The Head of Madison Hills University’s Student Affairs Department was quoted as saying.