This study aims at determining the cyber accessibility of teacher-made exams by analyzing the teachers', students', and parents' views on this subject. To fulfill this purpose, 60 exam papers in 4 different courses, including Turkish, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies/Atattirk's Principles and Revolutions, were examined through the technique of document analysis. Also, nine teachers, nine students, and nine parents were interviewed through semi-structured interview forms. According to the results, the level of cyber accessibility of secondary school teacher-made exams were; 87% for Turkish, 51% for mathematics, 99% for Science, and 88% for Social Studies/Atattirk's Principles and Revolutions courses. The highest level of cyber accessibility was found in multiple-choice and open-ended questions for Turkish courses, true-false questions for mathematics courses, open-ended, true-false, matching, and gap-filling questions for the Science courses and open-ended questions for Social Studies/Atattirk's Principles and Revolutions courses. Students and parents stated that they make use of cyber accessible websites while preparing for teacher-made exams. On the other hand, teachers indicated that they perceived themselves incompetent in assessment and evaluation.