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Blagit  (Level: 18.0 - Posts: 10)
Fri, 23rd Oct '09 9:26 PM


Hello all i just had a few questions i love doing movie quizs but i like to make them very hard to where no one can score 100 on them. but i have noticed that quizs with alot of takers are the easy quizs with 400-500 takers for challenge 2 quiz is that because it is so easy? and i want to do a large detailed movie quiz with about 25-50 questions on it so please give me any information u may prefer like the movie u want to see these super quizs on and how many questions should it be and just how hard. thanks alot for your info.

Fudypatootie  (Level: 194.9 - Posts: 1302)
Tue, 27th Oct '09 12:43 PM

It is true that easier quizzes tend to get more takers. But that shouldn't bother you. If it's harder, you'll get more points per taker than if it were easy. Write the questions in a way that pleases you, and don't worry about how hard it might be. Giving it a name like "unstumpable" will actually encourage those who feel they can outwit you to give it a go.

I wouldn't recommend having 50 questions on a single quiz. Most people will either not take it when they see how many questions it is, or will bail if they get tired of it. Most quizzes run the 10-15 question length, so I would try that. If you've got lots more questions, turn the thing into a series and number them. If someone likes the first one, they'll look for and take the 2nd, 3rd, etc.

As to which movies, pick your favorites, as it will make the writing more enjoyable. To get more takers, do a very popular movie. To make it harder, do something less well known.

Sounds like you've got the makings of a really good series. Good luck.

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