MCQ Exam Engine

MSH Test Emperor, designed and developed by myself. I think it will be helpful to the peoples who are willing to attend the Sun Certified Programmer for Java exam. The exam engine contains a built in SCJP mock exam which serves 61 questions, randomly selected from a question set of 255 questions.This engine is developed totally with Java. After passing the SCJP exam, I have developed this engine.

Some features of this engine are:

  • Easy to use.
  • Built-in Mock exam for SCJP exam containing 255 questions serves 61 questions randomly. Questions are selected for getting maximum numbers in the real exam.
  • Questions are served randomly.
  • Facility for User defined exams. Any number of questions supported for taking user defined exam.
  • MSH QuesCreator for creating question sets.
  • Timed exam session.
  • Marking facility for reviewing.
  • Review facility at exam time and after exam.
  • Scoring in percentage giving right and wrong answers.
  • Report file for tracking exam results.

This exam engine comes with a built in question creator – MSH QuesCreator, a reliable tool for creating question sets for MSH Test Emperor 1.0 with least effort.

Why use MSH QuesCreator?

  • Easy to use.
  • Create new files anywhere.
  • Append facility for add questions to existing files.
  • No need to know question file structure.
  • Test facility with MSH Test Emperor after question set creation.
  • Time saving 🙂

To download a copy of MSH TestEmperor v1.0 click this link

Required: JDK1.3 or above



  • By John Fernandez, July 27, 2008 @ 6:46 pm

    I am going to attend SCJP exam. Can you share some resources?

    Thank in adv.


  • By Pronab Saha, October 19, 2008 @ 9:34 pm

    What a Great Resource

  • By Raihan, November 26, 2008 @ 11:03 am

    Nice work! It would be nice if you could get the questions from a web service so we can have new and unique questions each time.

  • By Yousuf Zaman, February 24, 2009 @ 9:53 am

    How can i use this?
    Can you inform me please…

  • By Mohammad Sajjad Hossain, February 24, 2009 @ 2:05 pm

    Hi Yousuf,
    To use exam engine you need to have JRE installed in your machine. Unpack the files and click on the MSHTestEmperor.jar file. It will open the application window.

    There are two types of exam – Mock Exam, which shows 61 questions randomly from 200+ questions. And the second one is User Defined, if you have created your own question sheet using QuesCreator then you can point that.

    The mock exam will take 2 hours. In case of user defined exam you can set the time, total number of questions, number of question to be faced (randomly picked from total questions).

    The Show number of correct answer option will show the number of correct answer during exam time. After you have done with these, click on the Start Exam button. If you want to create your own exam sheet click on the QuesCreator button.

    Hope this information will help you.

  • By Arafat Rahman, March 6, 2009 @ 12:49 pm

    Do you have any plan to make it web based application?

  • By Mohammad Sajjad Hossain, March 6, 2009 @ 2:45 pm

    Hi Arafat!
    I thought of making an online version of this application. But could not manage time. Hope to make a generic application. Still don’t know when I will be able to complete that.

  • By masum, May 26, 2009 @ 4:50 pm

    mr sajjad
    at 1st take my salam. i am not bad.2ndly i should to ask u that how r u but i avoid this ques bcz i know u r fine.i have seen ur website.honestly speak it is where r u? i am now dhaka. already i aslo see arafats websites,

  • By Ankita Yadav, January 16, 2011 @ 11:59 pm

    hey.. m yet to use ur exam engine. actually , m also in a need of some help!! even me n my friend is working on an online examination software at graduate level.. on sumwhat same application of generating random questions from a database….

    so, we’ll b highly obliged if u give us some headstart…. waiting for ur reply…

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