Music Assessor© is an OFFLINE customized assessment software designed to test the knowledge of instrumental techniques for:
This program will test candidates' knowledge of fingerings on all wind and string instruments. The program will collect candidates' contact information, and then record their time and accuracy in identifying instrumental fingerings. Administrators may view the results in a seprate file. This program is designed to work WITHOUT internet access, for your convenience. Many people run the software with Internet Explorer on "kiosk" mode, which eliminates the buttons and controls that allow web browsing.
Currently the program has the ability to test the following instruments:
Which options can you change?
As the program administrator, you may change any of the following options as many times as you wish. Let's say you only want to test one instrument. No problem! You get to choose!
Can I customize other elements of the program?
Yes. If you wish, I can customize the program for you in just about any way you wish. Let's say you want the program to show your school colors and your school's logo. Just send me the image and I'll set up the page exactly how you want it. Other options are available...just ask.
Can candidates practice ahead of time?
Yes. Music Assessor© is available in "student" form at musicracer.com. The interface, graphics, and prompts are the same. The only difference is that candidate's timed attempts are not permanently recorded at musicracer.com.
What are the requirements of my computer?
You can take it for a test run at www.musicracer.com/Musicassessor. On the test run, you will not be able to change any of the options or permanently collect user data.
You may purchase this software with a credit card or with a school purchase order. Credit card orders may download the progam immediately. Everyone will be sent the software on CD ROM by U.S. mail after payment is recieved. Simply give me the following information and submit via our secure server:
Music Assessor and musicassessor.com ©2019 by David Carroll.