This article will show you exactly how to create your own Bible quizzes. Here's what we'll cover below. You can click the blue buttons on this page to create your own quiz for free
Part 1: How to Make a Bible Trivia Quiz
First thing is to decide on what type of Bible Trivia Quiz to make, I’ve put some examples below, but you can create any type of trivia quiz inside of interact.
-How Well Do You Know The Bible?
-How Well Do You Know The Prophets?
-How Well Do You Know The Life of Jesus?
-What Verse Is This? (Write a passage and have people guess what verse it is)
-Who Said It? (Write a quote and ask people to identify the speaker)
The key with writing the title is to present the quiz as a challenge so people want to take it and see if they can master the challenge.
Next you’ll want to write at least 7 trivia questions, either in True/False, Multiple Choice, or Choose the Correct Answer. The easiest way to find questions is to just Google “Bible Trivia Questions” and go through the lists. I’ve compiled some of the best ones below as well.
Correct Answer Screens
With interact you can also show the correct answers right away and give an explanation for why the correct answer is the right one. This makes your quiz more engaging because people don’t have to wait to find out if they got the right answer or not, and they’ll be more likely to continue taking your quiz.
(Optional) Quiz Opt-In Form
If you are so inclined you can set up opt-in on your quiz so it works to help you build your email list.
If you do turn this on, the average quiz converts 50% of its takers into email subscribers since by the point you get to the opt-in (at the end of the questions) you’re probably interested in getting more Bible-related content so you’ll opt in.
Now you reveal the results and how the person did on the quiz (I didn’t do well when I was making this example). When you set up these results you’ll be able to filter out based on how well someone scored on the quiz, so you can show a different headline and a different description for each score.
Pro Tip: In the interact quiz builder you can also add a call to action button to each quiz result so that you can link to relevant resources from each of the quiz results.
Part 2: How to Make a Bible Personality Quiz
I’ve put some common Bible personality quizzes below.
-Which Famous Woman of the Bible Are You?
-Which Bible Hero Are You?
-Which Disciple Would You Be?
-Which Biblical City Should You Live In?
Obviously be careful with these and don’t cross any lines in terms of making fun of the Word, but you can still make something enjoyable without doing that.
Now you’ll want to ask personality specific questions. Here’s a list of quiz questions you can ask to help with this. The thing about personality quizzes is that the questions don’t have to be context-specific (in this case, they don’t have to be about the Bible). Sometimes it actually works better if they’re not related to the topic of the quiz because then people have to kind of guess in their minds what the heck the questions have to do with the outcomes and they’ll get curious and want to keep going.
Quiz Opt-In Form (Optional)
You can ask for an email opt-in in order to reveal the result (personality type) for the quiz taker.
This can be extraordinarily powerful because with a personality quiz you are going to be revealing everything at once since the point of the quiz is to find out your personality type, as opposed to a trivia quiz where you get to see your correct answers along the way so the appeal is less powerful.
Personality quiz results have a secret – they are all positive, even if your assigned personality is not that cool. The reason all the results are positive is that people tend to share positive things about themselves on social media a lot more than negative or neutral things.
This makes a lot of sense intuitively because we all want to look good so we’ll share positive things about ourselves a lot more than negative.
Your quiz will look beautiful on every device