VCE Player: How To Open and View VCE Files
VCE files can only be opened with VCE Player. This software can be downloaded from www.avanset.com. Click that orange GET STARTED button to proceed:
You will have a choice of 2 packages: VCE Exam Simulator BASIC and VCE Exam Simulator PRO.
The BASIC Package only includes VCE Player, enabling users to open and play VCE files, and is packed with useful functions such as score review, show/hide answer, save session and alike.
VCE Exam Simulator PRO includes 2 programs: VCE Player and VCE Designer, so in addition to opening VCE files and taking VCE practice exams, users can create and edit their own VCE files. Decide what your goals are, select your package and follow instructions to complete your download:
Once you have downloaded and installed your software, and activated your subscription, you can proceed to opening VCE Player. You will see the box where you should add your VCE files which you are going to open in VCE Player:
Browse your files (you should have some VCE exams saved on your hard drive):
Once added, the exam will appear on your VCE Player file list. You can add more VCE exams to your VCE Player if you need to. Choose the file you want to open and click Start.
Next, VCE Player will ask you to set some properties for your test session. These include exam time limit, the areas you want to focus on (if the exam consists of more than one section), etc.
Now it's time to start your testing session. Depending on the properties and content of your exam, the questions may look quite different. VCE Player supports a variety of question types, so you won't be limited to the popular multiple choice format - there's a lot more available. Moreover, once you download VCE Player, you can open VCE exams that also include images, like this one below:
VCE Player also supports a convenient option of hiding/showing the answer, so it can also be used as a learning tool, where you can see exam answers without attempting to take the test. To show answers, click the button in the upper right corner of your VCE Player:
To review your answers, or simply come back to a question later, you can either mark the question, or choose which questions you would like to review in the VCE Player window:
At the end of your testing session, you will get your score report. Here' we still have a long way to go:
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