Create original practice test questions for the CompTIA Network+ Certificate Exam

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Experience Level: Intermediate
Kind of writing: Technology
Industry: Technology
Topic: Network+ Certification
Tone: Formal/Professional
Outline & Structure: I am looking for multiple IT professionals to write high quality practice test questions for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam. All levels of practice test questions will be needed including: beginning, intermediate, and our more challenging "real world" practice test questions.

• Writers are responsible for assigning a difficulty tag (beginner, proficient, expert) and skill category to each question. Skill categories will be provided.
• All materials must be submitted using our in-house spreadsheet/template.
• Plagiarism is strictly forbidden (including re-use of your own previously created material). All content must be 100% original to this project.
• Writers will need to follow our in-house Author Style Guide Sheet.
• Due to the quantity of material needed for this project, multiple bids will be considered and awarded.
• Please note: this project is ongoing so more work may be available down the line.
• If interested in the assignment, we will need to see 2-3 original sample test questions for our review and acceptance before being hired on as a writer.

Due to the nature of the work, payment can not be made per hour. Instead, we pay per test question so most contributors will range between $500 and $1000. Payment will depend on the amount of work, difficulty of test question, etc.

Assignments, expectations, and payments will be made clear from the beginning of the assignment.

Thanks so much for your interest and please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.

Carrie McDonald
Skillset Acquisitions Editor
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