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Creation of GMAT™ “style” Questions

This project requires a qualified expert to provide us with a number of completely UNIQUE and ORIGINAL GMAT™ “style” mathematical and verbal questions.

The requirements for GMAT™ mathematical questions:
1. The questions should be original, and in no way copied from ANY other sources (Official guide, guides of any Test Prep company etc.). The originality and uniqueness will be thoroughly verified. We are aware of huge number of questions from many sources. If plagiarism is found there will be no payment for the completed work and you will get negative feedback. If you cannot create original and challenging questions, please do not apply for this project.
2. 400 mathematical questions are needed: half are problem solving, half data sufficiency. Partial solution is also accepted.
3. Each question should have a detailed explanation and reasoning.
4. We require questions on a difficulty scale from 1 to 5, 1 being the easiest and 5 the hardest to answer. Most questions should be of the third difficulty level. The indexing of the questions should be the following:
• Questions of the third level of difficulty should take up 40% of all the mathematical questions. (3rd difficulty level – 40% of all mathematical questions.)
• Questions below the third difficulty level should take up 10% of all the mathematical questions. (Below the 3rd difficulty level – 10% of all mathematical questions.)
• Questions of the fourth level of difficulty should take up 30% of all the mathematical questions. (4th difficulty level – 30% of all mathematical questions.)
• Questions of the fifth difficulty level should take up 20% of all the mathematical questions. (5th difficulty level – 20% of all mathematical questions.)
5. The person applying for the project should be well acquainted with the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) ™ math section.
6. The property rights for the completed work will pass on to us after payment has been completed.

The requirements for GMAT™ verbal questions:
1. The questions should be original, and in no way come from ANY other sources. (Official guide, guides of any Test Prep company etc.) The originality and uniqueness will be thoroughly verified. We are aware of huge number of questions from many sources. If plagiarism is found there will be no payment for the completed work and you will get negative feedback. If you cannot create original and challenging questions, please do not apply for this project.
2. 900 verbal questions are needed: 300 critical reasoning, 300 sentence correction and 300 reading comprehension. Partial solution is also accepted.
3. Each question should have a detailed solution and reasoning, and it should also be checked for accuracy.
4. We require questions on a difficulty scale from 1 to 5, 1 being the easiest and 5 the hardest to answer. Most questions should be of the third difficulty level. The indexing of the questions should be the following:
• Questions of the third level of difficulty should take up 40% of all the mathematical questions. (3rd difficulty level – 40% of all linguistic questions.)
• Questions below the third difficulty level should take up 10% of all the mathematical questions. (Below the 3rd difficulty level – 10% of all linguistic questions.)
• Questions of the fourth level of difficulty should take up 30% of all the mathematical questions. (4th difficulty level – 30% of all linguistic questions.)
• Questions of the fifth difficulty level should take up 20% of all the mathematical questions. (5th difficulty level – 20% of all linguistic questions.)
5. The person applying for the project should be well acquainted with the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) ™ verbal section.
6. The property rights for the completed work will pass on to us after payment has been completed.

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