Frequently Asked Questions

Below is a list of frequently asked questions about QuizStud.

Is QuizStud always free?

Yes, everyone who registers on QuizStud gets a Free account where he or she can create a maximum of 2 quizzes with up to 8 questions per quiz. If you want to create more quizzes, or quizzes with more questions, then we recommend you to take a Premium Account.

Can I end my Premium Account at any time?

Yes, you can terminate your Premium Account at any time. But keep in mind that your subscription will run at least 1 month from your final payment.

Can I redeem my one-time payment?

Yes, you can redeem your one-time payment to download a quiz or to import questions if you are dissatisfied with the content. The revocation is only possible if you have not yet used the downloaded quiz and or imported questions. For example by not playing it. If you want to use your right of withdrawal, you can download the withdrawal form here.

Up to how many players can participate in a quiz?

The number of participants in a quiz is unlimited. This allows you to play quizzes with very large groups, but you can also choose to play a quiz just by yourself. With QuizStud you do not pay per participant.

Can I use QuizStud on any device?

Yes, you can create quizzes and play them almost on any device, as long as the device that you want to use has a browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox etc.)

Are the results of the players automatically saved?

Yes, after each quiz session the results of all participants are automatically saved. You can see the results in "sessions". You can also export the results of different sessions to Excel and print them.

Can I print my quizzes also?

Yes, you can easily print all your quizzes by clicking on the "print/Export" button. Your quiz will be exported as a Word document or PDF, after which you can print the document very easily.

Are the results across multiple quizzes being stored?

Yes, every time when a group of players has played a quiz, all results are listed. If you play quizzes with the same group several times, the points are simply added together. So you can organize a league with players spread over multiple rounds.