I need someone to create multiple choice tests for each of the (37) books of the Old Testament in the King James Version of the Bible.
These tests also need to be in three levels, like hard, harder and hardest (haha).
Therefore I am prepared to HIRE THREE DIFFERENT PROVIDERS or a TEAM OF PROVIDERS if need be.
This will obviously mean there will be a total of (111) tests although many of the hard questions will be incorporated into the harder tests and then both the hard and harder into the hardest, making less work for the provider then expected.
I have provided an example of this from a New Testament book. Simply look at the attached file.
This project will require someone to read or at least skim nearly every word of the Old Testament (don't worry, an average novel is longer then the O.T.) and create questions as they go. These questions must not have any religious, denominational, political or personal bias whatsoever. They must simply be straight word for word questions.
For example a good question would be:
Jesus was born in (A) Bethlehem (B) Nazareth (C) Galilee
A bad question would be:
Why was David wrong to marry Bathsheba (A) because she was married
(B) because polygamy is evil (C) because she was a heatehn
(D) it wasn't wrong at all
While I would think only a Christian would be willing and able to do this job, in reality a non-believer may be just as good or even better, because there won't be a denominational (Baptist, Catholic, etc.) bias present and no need to skew the questions.
Once finished, this material will be combined with already completed N.T. tests and will need to be properly formatted for publication in print as well as inclusion in a website for on-line testing.
** PLEASE INCLUDE IN YOUR BID, WHETHER YOU ARE BIDDING ON ALL (111) TESTS, OR SIMPLY ONE OF THE LEVELS SUCH AS HARD, HARDER, HARDEST **
Thank you for reading and considering this job and have a fantastic day!
52 Freelancer bieten im Durchschnitt $80 für diesen Job
I am a teacher at a Catholic High School, so I am very familiar with the Bible (though I am not Catholic) and how to write tests. See the PMB for more details.