Setting 3000 Science Questions for a Quiz Game

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We are developing a multiplayer cross-platform (PC, Android, iOS, Mac, Unix, Web etc.) game which features quiz MCQ(multiple-choice questions) in eight categories. Your job will be to set 3000 questions on Science, with difficulty levels 1 to 100, according to the following rules:

1-10: pre-school (300 questions on naming animals on image)

11-20: lower primary

21-30: upper primary

31-40: lower secondary

41-50: upper secondary

51-60: college

61-70: university year 2

71-80: bachelor's honours

81-90: master's / doctorate

91-100: professor

Slightly more questions should be set on the 'easier' questions. As a reference, a sample file has been attached. You should follow the format precisely in that file. Prepare the text file with Notepad so that the server can read all the characters directly. The correct answer should immediately follow the question, as the server will randomize the order of the answer options. Each question and answer should be within one single line. Exactly one blank line must be left after a question.

If an image is used, it must be smaller than 16KB. The file name must be enclosed in [ ] and appear at the front of the question.

When setting a question, try to sort and insert it into the place with the correct difficulty score. This will help you to keep track of the distribution of the difficulty scores. Try to vary the types of questions as much as possible, spanning Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Astrophysics/Cosmology etc too perhaps). Triple-check everything before you submit the file to me.

The freelancer for this project should have a strong background in Science, preferably with a degree in Science. The game will bear your name on the Credits page.

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