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Last updated: April 4, 2013 8:04 pm
The aim of FT WorldWise - the Financial Times international awareness test - is to assess the following.
It is important to test participants’ awareness and understanding of news stories rather than specialist knowledge and exact details. For example, avoid questions such as: “How much is the fall in Facebook’s market value between its listing in May 2012 and four months later?” The answer is $63bn.
This is not about testing your knowledge of specific cultures whether it is:
When writing your questions, please note they must be in multiple choice format containing three possible answers - one correct and two incorrect.
Please keep your questions and answers as short as possible.
If you want any ideas about the format of the questions, please consider the following types.
It is important to keep questions current. To prevent questions from dating, please consider time-framing certain questions as things can change in the future. For example: Which American company has the most number of employees in 2012?
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