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[Solved] Setting questions for a general knowledge charity

 
geek84
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Hi Folks

I have been asked to set up questions for a local charity quiz. The categories range from Film & TV, History, News & Current Affairs, Science & Nature, and Sport.

I don't want the questions to be too hard, and on the other hand make them too easy. I was wondering if it would be best just to copy some questions from doing a 'Google' search rather than spending loads of time setting up the questions myself.

However, if I get questions from doing a 'Google' search, then it might may it easy for the 'professional quizzers' to answer the questions quite easily.

What would you suggest is the best way of going about this?

Thank You.

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Topic starter Posted : 27/03/2015 3:24 pm
actd
 actd
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well, you could nab these questions I set a long way back - I designed them (which was extremely difficult) so that a google search wouldn't provide the answer, not quickly anyway.

http://www.dad.info/forum/jokes-gadgets-and-games/11108-new-year-quiz?limitstart=0

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Posted : 28/03/2015 9:56 pm
david_bear82
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well, you could nab these questions I set a long way back - I designed them (which was extremely difficult) so that a google search wouldn't provide the answer, not quickly anyway.

http://www.dad.info/forum/jokes-gadgets-and-games/11108-new-year-quiz?limitstart=0

Nice idea! One more thing, maybe you could build the quiz around movies / songs that support dedicating time to fatherhood? Or maybe come up with a 'bechdel test' for dads?

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Posted : 30/03/2015 1:00 pm
geek84
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Thank You.

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Topic starter Posted : 31/03/2015 1:05 pm
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