GRE exams tutors / instructors to write questions/answers for an educational quiz app

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Aspasia M.
Manish J.Yasha K.Ajay C.Mark H. have already sent a proposal.
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Experience Level: Expert
Estimated Job duration: less than 1 week
Industry: Education
Topic: GRE exams
Tone: Instructional/Educational
Outline & Structure: Our game flow allows 2 players to play against each other. Each player selects 2 categories. So we need a minimum 4 categories. In the GRE exams case, we can have 2 or more categories from the VERBAL REASONING part + 2 or more categories from the QUANTITATIVE REASONING part.

The content of the game is quick answers with multiple choice answers (4). Question cannot be more than 150 characters and each answer cannot be more than 70 characters. Based on the existing game flow, we cannot simulate the exact format of the questions of the GRE exams. Our content should help users practice their knowledge on their way to sit the GRE exam. So they questions must have the aforementioned format and help users improve their knowledge.
Extensive research needed: no
Extra notes: We are Quizdom, one of the most popular trivia quiz app games in Europe at the moment, with more than 2 million users and a TV show. We have also recently been acquired by friends4media Group, a German group investing in the mobile app industry.

You can download and play our game here: Android ( or iOS (

Our future plans include expanding in the education industry, with our new educational quiz app, Quizdom Education. We have already launched the app with questions from the university entry exams, targeting high school students.

Now, we are preparing for launching content (questions) for the GRE exams, targeting young adults who are interested in sitting the exams to get admitted to their university of choice.

We are in search of experienced GRE exams tutors and instructors, to prepare the questions/answers for our quiz app, for the verbal and the quantitative parts of the exams.

Each part should be divided into 2 to 9 subcategories and each subcategory must have at least 500 questions.

We need consultation as to how many and which categories each part of the GRE exam content can be split (verbal & quantitative).

Would you be interested in collaborating on that?

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  • Leon P.


    Would you need the answers proofread also?