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This quiz pack features five entertaining pub quiz rounds, each of which is made up of four questions. Of these four questions, question one requires one answer, question two requires two answers and so on. An example of a final question in a round (that requires four answers) is "According to a TV advert and the NHS website, the acronym F.A.S.T. can be used to help detect and respond to a stroke victim's needs. What four words do the initial letters in F.A.S.T. stand for?" Each individual answer is worth one point, so ten points are on offer in each round.
We recommend that you only use one or two of these rounds in each quiz you do, and that the rest of your quiz is made up of handout rounds, plus other types of question and answer rounds.
If you buy this quiz pack, we will give you access to download a pdf file. This contains all of the questions and answers for all of the rounds in this pack. You might also be interested in our free answer sheets for teams to write their answers on as you read the questions.
You probably already have everything you need to access and use these rounds in your quiz, but you might want to check our requirements page to make sure.
Please note that the questions in this pack also appear in Weekly Quizzes 375, 378, 382, 385 and 389. If you would prefer to purchase our pre-compiled full weekly pub quiz packs, then click here, where you can find quizzes with a handout round, 2 rounds on general subjects, a specialist subject round, a connections round, an initial letter link round, and a stick or twist round, as well as professionally designed answer sheets and full instructions on how to run your quiz. If, however, you prefer to compile quizzes to your own format, then the rounds in this pack should help towards an entertaining and challenging quiz.
Note: This product was added to our site in March 2014.
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