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Old 02-23-2009, 05:22 AM
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Good commission to be earned for writing some office questions
 
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I am looking for experienced technology experts to provide 20 questions with answers for our application. If you have experience of any current technology and you can come up with or research 20 questions then let me know. This could be Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, VBA, SharePoint, Outlook etc. Also need ajax, java, vb.net, php, xml, dhtml, ruby on rails, python, perl, .net, SQL, business analysis, project management, Prince2, 6Sigma, XSLT, or anything else relevant to IT. You can use the web, books, training videos or personal experience to research your 20 questions. Each question needs 9 possible answers only one is correct. This will be paid on an on-going commission basis. Every time someone uses your 20 questions, you get paid. If you want to know more then let me know what subject(s) you could cover and what your current experience level is. Your written English must be perfect.

Each subject is given 20 questions that get progressively harder. (5 Qs for beginner level, 5 for intermediate level, 5 for advanced & 5 for guru level). Getting the low end Qs together is simple enough if you know your subject well, but the advanced and especially the guru section need to be researched and double checked. In the beginner section it's ok to have just 4 or 5 possible answers, but the rest need 9 possible answers. It sounds easy to think up 4 lots of 5 questions each, but it gets a bit tricky trying not to be too obscure so that nobody stands a chance. I have things like "what is the output from this piece of code if x=10" or "What function does Name provide". I need to know which answer is the correct one, and how many seconds is allowed to answer it (max 90 seconds else you have enough time to Google the question and get the answer)

Questions can be multi-line to include code but cannot have any formatting like bold or bullets and indents, and answers are all radio buttons so only one answer can be correct (can't have "tick all that apply" type of answers). Try to keep both questions and answers short.


I already have interest in this application, and the potential to earn some serious money is there. It is commission based payment but it will be ongoing.

iqnetsys@hotmail.co.uk
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