Latest Software from Avanset:
VCE Exam Simulator
VCE Exam Simulator BASIC
Open and play VCE files to recreate certification exam environment with interactive engine & multiple question types
VCE Exam Simulator PRO
Create and edit your VCE exams to practice yourself & share with others.
Prepare for exams with certification practice software specially developed for Mac OS.Learn more
Take your exam practice with you: play VCE exams on your iPhone, iPad, or any Android device.Learn more
VCE Exam Simulator
Professional interactive exam preparation on your desktop
VCE Player for Mac
VCE Exam Simulator Software for Mac OS
VCE Exam Simulator apps for iOS and Android
- VCE Mobile
- Open VCE files
- VCE Online
- VCE Crack
- VCE Manager
- VCE Software
- VCE Exam Suite
- VCE Testing System
- VCE Designer
VCE Player is part of Avanset's VCE Exam Simulator software kit. It lets users play VCE practice exams) on their computer. To start using it, you need to download VCE Player and purchase your subscription.
To download VCE player, you should visit the website of Avanset and choose your preferred option:
VCE Exam Simulator has two options: BASIC and PRO. The basic option contains VCE Player, while the PRO also includes VCE Designer, enabling users to create and edit their own VCE files. So, choosing your version of VCE Exam Simulator depends on your needs, and you will have the option to change/upgrade it later on.
Then, you need to choose the duration of your subscription, which will affect the price of your software, and you'll be able to download VCE Player:
Both VCE Player and Designer are based on the logic that you purchase your subscription, not the download. Therefore, when your subscription expires, you will not be able to play your VCE exams before you renew it.
Once you download and install your VCE Exam player, it will be saved on your hard drive, and you'll be able to open it by simply clicking the red icon:
First, you will need to import a file into your VCE Player by clicking Add and choosing the file on your computer:
This is what it'll look like (we chose VCE braindump of Microsoft's 70-680 Windows 7 exam):
Clicking Start will open exam settings in your VCE Player, so you can type in your name, choose the length of your VCE practice, the questions or sections, if you want to concentrate on certain areas, and other settings:
By clicking OK, you will start your VCE practice exam:
VCE Player Notes:
- VCE Player supports images, which can be included in questions and answers.
- The questions themselves can come in a variety of types, including multiple choice questions, fill in the blank, select and place/drag-n-drop questions, create a tree, build list and reorder, drop and connect, point and shoot questions (where you have to pick a point on the image), hot area questions (picking an area out of the few options given).
- VCE Player also supports foreign languages and non-Latin characters, like Russian, Chinese, Arabic etc.