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A Quiz for Sports Authors
QCNs for Sports
"This quiz was created to help sports authors create a quiz themselves. I hope these questions and issues will help you create a quality quiz for all the world to play, as this is the goal of both authors and editors. :-)"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Why would this true-false question not be allowed? Shaquille O'Neal signed with the Miami Heat for the 2004-05 season for $22.5 million.
Monetary values are not allowed
The O'Neal spelling is incorrect
Shaquille did not sign with the Miami Heat
He signed for 24 million dollars
Babe Ruth's favorite food in the offseason was fried chicken. Why would this not be allowed in any question form?
Favorite type questions are not allowed
Because the 'fried chicken' answer was given by his teammates and not by the Babe himself
Because fried chicken was not the only thing that the Babe ate in the offseason
It leaves nothing to say about what he ate during the baseball season
I've submitted a quiz in the sports category that took me an hour to create. I was waiting with anticipation to get it online. Instead, the editor listed absolutely everything that was wrong with it. What should I do?
Message them telling them what I think of them because I'm an expert on the subject
Adjust everything and resubmit the quiz
Resubmit my quiz in hopes to get a different editor's opinion
Delete the quiz because it's too much bother to correct
How many things can you detect are wrong with this true-false question? Brett Favre plays for the Green Bay Packers, and he and his team did not make it to the Super Bowl.
There is nothing wrong with the question
You have created a quiz about the great Ric Flair, possibly the greatest professional wrestler in history. Which category should you place this quiz in?
How many things are wrong with this true-false question: "Here's an easy one. As of the 2004 season, Barry Bonds holds the all-time record for hitting 73 home runs in a season."
There is nothing wrong with this question
An author wanted to ask this FITB (fill in the blank) question: "Who was the first Olympic USA swimmer to win more than six Gold Medals?" The correct answer to this question was Mark Spitz. How would they display this answer properly?
Mark Spitz & Spitz
Mark Spitz or Spitz
Mr. Mark Spitz
Mark Spitz & mark spitz
When creating a question and answer in a quiz, what is required for your 'interesting information' to accompany these?
Nothing is required. A proper question and answer are the only things required
Statements validating your answer, and something interesting for the quiz players
Something provided of opinion or commentary like a sportscaster that may provide entertainment to the quiz players
Just a one line statement repeating the answer is the only thing required
The author submitted a quiz titled: 'Los Angeles Laker Numbers'. Their introduction was: Good luck on these Los Angeles Laker numbers. Which question would not be proper in the quiz?
KB wore number 8?
Kobe Bryant wore which number?
They are all improper
An author submitted a quiz to a category. That category editor rejected the quiz and explained to the author what was needed to adjust with the quiz so it could be placed online. Wanting to work on this particular quiz later, the author then created a new quiz in sports. It was an absolutely perfect sports quiz in all respects. Why might this sports quiz have been rejected by the sports editor?
The author had a correction note or they deleted a previous quiz
The sports quiz should not have been rejected
The editor didn't like that sports team
The author had missed a couple of punctuation marks in their sports quiz
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Compiled Jun 28 12