Originally Posted by: Ben MartinGood one, icebreaker1588.
What types of theory questions would you put on the quiz as an example?
My theory skills are not very good but....
1) Which notes make up a C chord?
Answer: Line up the Natural and Non-natural notes.
Make each note clickable so we can click to highlight the notes.
A A# B C
C# D D# E
E# F G
For this answer you'll have to know the C major scale. At first you'll count it out in your head 1, 3, 5 but after doing these activities you'll no longer have to do that because you've memorized it.
You could split the interactive quizes by level so instead of starting with the question above, your "level 1" theory questions would have something like this....
2) Out of their respective scale, which notes make up a major chord?
Answer: 1, 3, 5
3) Terminology type questions
You could get really in depth with it and have questions correspond to lessons so after doing the interactive test, your incorrect answers will populate a page of links to lessons that go over your weak points.
4) Name the notes in X
5) Here's one for the fretboard trainer. Highlight the notes in the X scale.
One of the first things we learn here are the C major a minor scales. If you did this first as a "practice" routine several times a week you'd have a point of reference for doing the full fretboard instead of all at once.