If you wish to modify the distribution of a quiz from the defaults, you need to understand what the columns and rows in the distribution form mean.

The Overall Minimum and Overall Maximum columns control the overall number of questions from a particular category or subcategory of question. Some things that are important to watch for in these columns:

The Key1 Minimum and Key1 Maximum control the number of questions from the Key1 class of verses. This is generally the smallest set of key verses (for example, the WCD Club 45, the CMD Club 145, the NWD Club 95). You can use these columns to control the weighting of questions coming from these verses. For example, you could increase the Key1 Minimum to match the Overall Minimum to ensure that all of the questions in a category come from this class of verses. This is particularly useful for Q and FTV verses.

The Key2 Minimum and Key2 Maximum control the number of questions from the Key2 class of verses. This is generally the next-smallest set of key verses (for example, the WCD Club 95, the CMD Club 300, the NWD Club 145). For districts that only use a single class of key verses, this may represent the verses that are part of two-verse key verse combinations, rather than being individual key verses. You can use these columns to control the weighting of questions coming from these verses. For example, you could increase the Key2 Minimum to match the Overall Minimum to ensure that all of the questions in a category come from this class of verses. This is particularly useful for Q and FTV verses.

The Key3 Minimum and Key3 Maximum control the number of questions from the Key3 class of verses. This is generally the largest set of key verses (for example, the WCD Club 145 or the NWD Club 300). Most district key verse sets do not make use of the Key3 class of verses. You can use these columns to control the weighting of questions coming from these verses. For example, you could increase the Key3 Minimum to match the Overall Minimum to ensure that all of the questions in a category come from this class of verses. This is particularly useful for Q and FTV verses.

The Other Minimum and Other Maximum control the number of questions from the verses that are not key. You can use these columns to control the weighting of questions coming from these verses. For example, you could increase the Other Minimum to match the Overall Minimum to ensure that all of the questions in a category come from this class of verses. Alternately, you could decrease the Other Maximum to 0 to ensure that none of the questions in a category come from this class of verses. This is particularly useful for Q and FTV verses.

Some general notes on Verse Classes:

The Run Length column controls how many questions of a particular category or subcategory can occur in a row during a quiz. This calculation does not take into account A or B questions - a run length of 3 for a category will not prevent question 14,15,16, and 16A all being from that category.

The Run Spacing column controls how many questions have to come from a different category after a maximum-length run of category questions before there can be another question from the category. In other words, how far apart in the quiz should category questions be?