Tips for preparing your budding quizzer


ClassAct 2022, the Hindustan Times Republic Day Quiz, is a great opportunity for aspiring quizzers from Grades 1-12.

Children enjoy the excitement and interactive nature of trivia competitions, but feel down when they don’t perform well. As a parent, you can help prepare with these simple but effective tips, even if you didn’t feel like taking quizzes yourself.

Help your child choose the right competition
There are several quiz competitions across the country and around the world, both on-site and online. Have your child participate in whatever suits their aptitude. ClassAct 2022, The Hindustan Times Republic Day Quiz taking place on April 23rdapprox (preliminary round) and 26th January (Finals) can be a good option to start with. This online school quiz competition is a great opportunity for aspiring quizzers from grades 1-12 to test their general knowledge. Participants only need to fill out an online registration form on this page to register for the quiz.

However, if your child has a knack for electronics or has been a programmer since high school, you can encourage them to take interest-specific quizzes rather than general ones. Several codeathons, Arduino camps, and maker’s fairs are held right here in our country, and kids can also compete online in international competitions from around the world. Doing well in a subject they love can do wonders for their confidence and also encourage them to learn more.

Open your child up to the world of everyday media
Kids get their dose of news from social media updates and WhatsApp. Get them in the good old habit of reading the newspaper thoroughly every day. Have them watch at least one news channel on TV. Encourage them to subscribe to Google Newsfeeds on their phone, it’s free. You can also watch at least one sports channel and one about animals. Ask them to watch out for strange messages, quizmasters love anomalies and deviations.

Getting kids back into social media
Get your child paying attention to Facebook and Twitter beyond what they normally surf. Following discussions and setting notifications are the two easiest ways to keep in touch with the world. This habit will also make your child a more responsible citizen and web citizen.

Help your child search through encyclopedias, atlases and quiz books
Textbooks also help with quiz prep, but it’s a good idea to step away from the curriculum and explore more. A voracious reader is often also good at quizzes. Encyclopedias are helpful and easy to remember because they pack information into small chunks, sometimes with illustrations. Atlases are the best way to sort out countries and capitals once and for all while quiz books would give participants some basic information required in any quiz.

Get your child politically aware and keep in touch with entertainment
Though seemingly opposites, politics and entertainment are two favorite areas for quizmasters to ask questions from. The benefit is that these two are the easiest to follow. Also, these are inherently interesting areas, so your child may be willing to follow websites and channels.


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