VCE Software For Visual Arts
- 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
VCE Software For Visual Arts
When it comes to a career in Visual Arts or design, many think that this field is all about creativity. Yet, while creativity is most certainly an important factor to these jobs, becoming a professional designer also requires to master a lot of theoretical knowledge. Understanding the theory behind why things turn out the way they do (and why some colors, shapes or materials don't work together, for example), requires sufficient amount of reading and learning. VCE Software from Avanset makes it easier for designers and other visual arts professionals master ins and outs of their craft.
VCE Exam Format and Software
VCE stands for Virtual Certification Exam. This is a file format of Visual CertExam Software, and, chances are, you have come across VCE files online. VCE Software allows users to create, open and practice interactive tests and exams. You can import exam questions from any text file, including rtf, txt and PDF.
VCE supports a variety of question types, allowing for maximum flexibility of your exams: 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.
VCE Software supports all non-English characters, so it can be easily used by professionals and students whose native language is other than English/Latin based.
The VCE software gives the option of saving the current testing session and coming back to it later. You can also review the testing history, go back to the questions that hadn't been answered correctly and more. All of these features are highly useful to designers and other visual arts professionals and students.
VCE for Visual Arts
Another useful feature of the VCE software is the fact that is easily allows embedding images in exam questions. This way, it fits the needs of designers and other visual arts professionals. Either created from scratch or downloaded online, VCE files are a great way to test and improve the candidate's understanding of color combinations, spacing, balance and other visual aspects. With its hot area questions feature, VCE software is especially popular with interior designers, architects and engineers.
As most of designers and other visual arts professionals happen to be visual learners, picking up information from the computer/tablet screen, possibly with images embedded, is the best way to learn for them. VCE Software perfectly meets this requirement.
Designers and other visual art professionals, as well as anyone interested in using VCE software, can choose from 2 options, based on their expectations and needs:
- VCE Exam Simulator BASIC - perfect if all you need is to play VCE exam files / practice online with tests created by others.
- VCE Exam Simulator PRO – if you need to create your own exams, this version allows you to edit
At all times and with all versions, be it desktop or mobile app version, VCE software runs smoothly. This is a reliable tool for convenient exam preparation. More information is available in Avanset's FAQ section.