You will write GMAT Questions for the Math portion of the exam - Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. You will also show your work for the answer, and, will come up with wrong answers that fit the question for the Problem Solving questions (wrong answers should reflect the most common possible mistakes- which you will show calculations for the wrong answer).
You will mark the questions according to difficulty (your estimate on a scale of 1 being the easiest, and, 5 being the hardest).
You will be given a list of math topics to cover while writing the questions (such as Algebra, Rate problems, Functions, etc. Note that the GMAT does not test calculus).
You will write 200 questions (40 each of scale 1 through 5 from easy to hardest). Of these 200 questions, 100 will be Problem Solving and 100 will be Data Sufficiency.
LEGAL: YOU AGREE that the questions you write will be original. YOU WILL NOT copy or modify questions from other test review sources, including from GMAT itself. The questions must be original because the other parties hold copyright rights to their material. YOU WILL NOT sell questions to me that you may have prepared previously for yourself or for someone else (your work on this project will be unique and original).
YOU ALSO AGREE that the work performed becomes the sole property of the contractor (me). You will not reuse or resell the work product (the written questions and explanations) at any time for any reason. You will have no rights to the work once you have been paid.
NOTE: The questions (for Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency) and potential answers for Problem Solving (A,B,C,D,E) should be typed. However, the answers may be handwritten. You will send both questions and answers as a PDF.