What is VCE Exam?
VCE is a file format, so every VCE exam is a VCE file, created in VCE Designer.
VCE exams are frequently called exam dumps - when they include real exam questions and answers, so candidates can prepare for their exams easier. VCE exams and VCE exam downloads are a great way to share exam information, including real exam questions, as well as to simply learn things in the question-answer format. VCE exams are frequently used to teach and learn foreign languages, as well as other subjects.
How to Use VCE Exams
To start using VCE Exams, you need to purchase VCE software, available exclusively from Avanset. Tap to get started:
Next, decide which VCE software package you need. The BASIC version lets you open and play VCE exams, while the PRO enables you to create and edit VCE files:
After you have chosen your subscription and completed your payment, the software will be installed and activated on your computer. You will see the folder in your Program Files, including the corresponding icons:
If you have a VCE exam file saved on your hard drive, you can play it in VCE Player. First, open the software. You will get a window where you can add your VCE exam download to the VCE Player. Tap Add and select your file.
Tap the Add button to add your VCE practice exam to the VCE Player list:
Tap Start to being playing your exam in the VCE Player. You can adjust your training session settings, like the sections you want to focus on, time, etc:
Tap Start to begin your exam. Here's what a VCE Exam question can look like:
VCE exams may look quite different since VCE software supports different question types and advanced functions, like embedding images, foreign characters, etc. For example, there can be drag questions:
If exam questions contain images, those will be shown in the VCE exam: