Put Away Your Books…Pop Quiz!

What is the best way to really learn something? A quiz, of course! That is why I chose to complete the “Pop Quiz!” assignment. It states:

Using a free online quiz service (I used PollSnack), create a quiz that shows off your knowledge of a particular story. Try to make it interesting enough through the questions you choose and the way you phrase your answers that someone taking the quiz is able to see that there’s a larger narrative informing the questions. Your quiz should have at least three outcomes and at least five questions.

This assignment is worth 2 points.

It will add to the success of Black Widow Agency if prospective clients can differentiate between the four agency members, so I created an online pop quiz to see if participants are able to detect which answers I gave to the five questions included. I think it is the best way for people to really get to know me and how I think. And, even if the answer is incorrect, the quiz reveals biographical information about the chosen agent. There are four possible outcomes to this quiz: Julia James (that’s me!), Edie Waz, Sylvia Stone, and Margaret Pinault.

I created this quiz through Poll Snack. It contains five questions and four possible answers for each question. The dark color red used for the background of the quiz was chosen based on our agency’s theme colors, dark red and black. Check out the quiz here: Which Black Widow Agency members’ answers are Jewel’s?

If you know me well enough, then you will  get the correct outcome. If not, no worries, you will learn more about one of the other Black Widow Agency members. Either way, you are learning about a great agency that will help a lot of desperate women! Best of luck! ;)

Jewel out.

2 thoughts on “Put Away Your Books…Pop Quiz!”

  1. I got you! The quiz was very nice I liked the red background. Good work!

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