Are you ready for our fourth fiendish quiz of 2017?
Can you believe that the year is now a quarter over?
Time marches on, but our Jack the Ripper monthly challenge is a fixed point in an ever changing firmament, so to speak.
So, if you’ve fired up those little grey cells, and you feel ready to pit your wits against the head of our esteemed Department of Ripperology, the get ready for some truly testing questions.
TEN QUESTIONS ON THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERS
For those of you not familiar with our quizzes, they consist of ten questions that requires either multi-choice answers or true or false answers.
In other words, the actual answer to each question will be staring right back at you from the page. Your task is to select which is the correct solution to each conundrum.
As with any exam or test, it is important to read the question, since a common point of failure in our quizzes is that people just scan the questions quickly and then give an answer that wasn’t actually the question!
HOW TO TAKE PART
At the bottom of the page you will find a box in which to enter your name. We only ask for your name because, once you have completed the quiz, your scores is immediately given to you and we then award a certificate that has your name on it and the score you achieved.
This is the only reason we ask you to enter your name, so you can put any name of your choosing in the box.
Once you have done so, hit the start button, and away you go.
You can have as many goes as you like at the quiz, so if at first you don’t succeed, as the saying goes, try, try and try again!
We’d be delighted if you shared your certificate with us on our Facebook Page.
If you encounter any problems with starting the quiz, sometimes it doesn’t work on the iphone or the ipad, this can be quickly rectified by scrolling to the bottom of the page and clicking on the white texted link that will then take you directly to the quiz.
ARE YOU READY
That’s about it really.
Just remember to rad each question carefully so that you provide the answer that the question is asking for, not the answer you think it’s asking for after a quick scan.
So, in your own time – one, two, three