How often are new quizzes produced?
I create one new Greek quiz and one new Hebrew quiz every day Monday through Friday.
Are these quizzes associated with Daily Dose of Greek or Daily Dose of Hebrew?
No. I am not affiliated with Daily Dose, but I do highly recommend this resource. At the end of each quiz, I include a direct link to the Daily Dose video for that verse. Note that all of the Daily Dose videos can be accessed for free here: Greek; Hebrew.
How do I sign up for the daily email reminder?
Click here to sign up. You will begin receiving one email every morning around 3:00 AM EST. These emails contain links to both the Greek and Hebrew quizzes. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Are these quizzes accurate?
Yes! I thoroughly check each quiz against standard reference works. However, if you do spot an error, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why does the Greek text used in the quiz occasionally differ slightly from the text in my Greek NT?
I use an older critical edition of the Greek NT which is in the public domain (Tischendorf 8th edition).
Can I try out the reading quizzes before purchasing a subscription?
How much do subscriptions cost?
All of the available plans are listed here.
What forms of payment are accepted?
You can pay with a credit card, a debit card, or PayPal.
The subscriptions are active "until cancelled." What does this mean?
If you purchase an annual subscription, you will continue to be charged every year until you cancel your subscription. If you purchase a monthly subscription, you will continue to be charged every month until you cancel your subscription.
How do I cancel my subscription?
Go to the drop-down menu at the top right of the page and click, "My Subscriptions." This will take you to a page where you can cancel your subscription. After cancelling, you will still have access to the quizzes until your current term has expired. For example, if you purchase an annual subscription on January 15, 2021, and subsequently cancel your subscription, you will still have access until January 15, 2022.
I can't afford to pay the subscription fee. Is there a way I can still access the quizzes?
Yes! Fill out the form here to request free access. Pastors and seminary students in non-Western countries are especially encouraged to request free access.
I paid for a subscription, but I can't access the reading quizzes.
Users sometimes inadvertently make two accounts by signing up a second time instead of logging in. A purchased subscription is only associated with one account. Therefore, if you paid for a subscription but still cannot access the quizzes, you may be logged in to the wrong account. Email me at , and we will get it sorted out.
I am not receiving the daily email.
To join the email list, sign up here. If you have signed up and are not receiving the daily email, be sure to check your spam folder. If you still can't find it, contact me at email@example.com.