VCE files are essentially practice exams, which can be opened and played in VCE player. They provide for an interactive testing environment, similar to computer-based exams, including IT certification exams. VCE files are created in VCE Designer and can be opened and played in VCE Player.
VCE files are becoming increasingly popular as they provide users with the convenience of an interactive test, helping them prepare for any computer-based exam. VCE files support images, which can be embedded in exam questions or/and answers. They can be created in various languages (not just English), including those with 'special characters', such as Cyrillic or Asian languages.
VCE files support various question types. Besides multiple choice questions, VCE files can include 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 questions, build list and reorder, drop and connect questions. Here's what a select-n-place question may look like:
Which Software Should I Use?
VCE files are created in VCE Designer and can be opened and played in VCE Player. So if you don't plan to create new VCE exams, you can purchase VCE Exam Simulator BASIC kit. Yet, if you want to create and edit VCE files, then you'll need the PRO version:
After you have downloaded and installed your VCE software, click the red icon to open your VCE files in VCE Player:
Once you open the player, you will see the window where you can either add a new VCE file (it needs to be saved on your hard drive) by clicking Add. Once the exam is added (in our case, it is the 70-680 exam), click Start to begin your practice.
As your next step, you can select the properties that apply to your VCE file and your practice session:
Once you have clicked OK, your VCE file will be opened as an interactive exam:
VCE files accommodate a variety of question types, and the questions can look very different. For example, images can be included in questions and answers within the same exam question: