Do you ever wish you could just click a couple buttons and generate a quick trivia quiz that you can print out and use for a trivia night or to quiz your friends or family? I’m proud to announce that Trivia Bliss now has this function, and it’s live for you to use!
Creating a Random List of Questions
If you need a super quick 15 question quiz, your best bet is to click on Random Trivia on the navigation or just to click here.
This will bring up a randomly generated list of 15 questions, pulled from all categories in our gigantic database of questions. This is great if you just want to kill some time, test the breadth of your knowledge, or prepare a short variety quiz.
Printing the Quiz
This is super easy and, hopefully, super obvious. Just click the “Generate PDF” button located at the top of the page:
You’ll then get some nicely formatted output that you can print immediately:
Tip: You can save or share the URL of the PDF and return to the quiz at any time. For example the quiz you see in this example can always be accessed at:
And if you want to generate several random 15 question quizzes, just keep going to the random trivia page and click refresh.
What if you don’t want to get a random set of questions? What if you want several specific categories or you are having a movie trivia night and need just a list of questions to print out on that topic?
We’ve also created a quiz generator that lets you pick any topic and any number of questions you want!
Let’s say you want to generate a 25 question movie quiz. Just select the subcategory “Movies” under Entertainment…
Then choose the number of questions you want…
Click “Go” and your quiz will magically appear.
To print or share the quiz, just click the “Generate PDF” button, just like before.
What if you want a couple different categories?
Just go back to the main quiz generator page and choose a different category from the dropdown menu. Rinse and repeat!
What is This Good For?
Using random quizzes like this is very good for either killing some time challenging yourself, or to practice for some kind of trivia event. If you’re on a quiz team in college or high school, or even if you’re practicing for your local weekly pub trivia night, focusing in on the category you want to improve at will get you up to speed very quickly. The randomness and the serendipity of the questions will definitely expose you to things you didn’t know; particularly with the thousands of questions in the database, you’re not going to run out.
Heck, if you’re going to be on Jeopardy or even just playing Trivial Pursuit against your family, this can help get your feet wet.
Have fun on your journey to being a Trivia Guru!
Try it Now!
Update: Below I’ve added a menu so you can generate a random quiz right from this page — give it a try.