Passing College Exams
with VCE Software From Avanset
- Supports the VCE Exam Simulator file format (files with the .vce extension)
- Saving and restoring of testing sessions
- Ability to include only test questions that were answered incorrectly one or more times
- Store test result history
- Detailed report of test results
- Supports non-English characters
Passing College Exams with VCE Software From Avanset
College exams are no joke – even for smart and well-prepared students. To start with, college-level courses require lots of studying, endless hours of reading and a huge array of information to remember and analyze. 'Is it even possible to get through?' some wonder. Avanset makes college exams a lot easier to get through with its revolutionary VCE software.
What Exactly is VCE???
The acronym of VCE represents Virtual Certification Exam. This is a file format of Visual CertExam Software, and, chances are, you have come across vce files online as they become more and more popular. VCE Software is widely used for creating, opening and practicing interactive tests and exams.
When VCE Software was first introduced to the market, it became extremely popular with IT professionals, especially those preparing to take their professional certification exams. Yet, it quickly spread to other fields and users, mainly thanks to its convenience and versatility of VCE files.
With VCE Software, any PDF or a text file with dozens of questions too boring to get through can be turned into an interactive practice exam. This is a great learning tool, as it helps college students test their knowledge before the exam, and remember the things they get wrong during this practice (VCE tests let you go back to the questions you got wrong).
VCE is also used for 'braindumps' - files that include questions from real exams. These vce files are often found online, shared within groups, communities and among friends on social media. Practicing with real exam questions increases your chances of getting a great score on the exam.
VCE Technical Features
VCE software supports a wide range of question types, allowing for maximum flexibility of an interactive practice test: multiple choice questions, fill in the blank questions, select and place / drag-n-drop questions, point and shoot questions (picking a point on the image), hot area questions (picking an area out of the few options given), create a tree of questions, build list and reorder, drop and connect questions. Therefore, it can accommodate the needs of any exam preparation.
VCE Exam Simulator supports various file formats from which the questions can be imported, including txt, rtf, PDF. Therefore, any text can be turned into an interactive exam. VCE files can also have images embedded in questions or answers, which means that the software can accommodate the exams for designers, engineers, and others whose exams include images.
Moreover, VCE Software supports all non-English characters, so it can be easily used by non-English speakers in their native language, as well as for preparation for foreign language exams.
The VCE software gives the option of reviewing the testing history; going back to the questions that hadn't been answered correctly and more.
Customers may choose the following 2 options of Avanset's VCE Software: VCE Exam Simulator BASIC - allows users to play .vce exam files in a simulated testing environment, or VCE Exam Simulator PRO, which brings the same features, but additionally allows you to edit and create. Both options are available for PC and Mac OS, with mobile versions being supported for iOS and Android.
What our customers say:
'My friend recommended that I get VCE Simulator when he saw how nervous I was about my first set of college exams in the freshman year. I did, and it changed my life! Now I can study faster, memorize more without getting bored, and share VCEs with friends. It's very convenient and now I don't have to be stuck in the library for days before my exams'. Ronnie
'Works like magic! Made my first year at Penn State be a lot easier than I hoped for! I still study and read books, but playing with these quizzes before exams makes a huge difference'. Jason