Presbyterian Bible Content Exam Learning Tool

As of July 14, 2024, we have scored 4017 Bible Content Exams!

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This is the tool I wanted when I was preparing to take the February 2000 Bible Content Exam. If you're preparing for that exam, this site was designed especially for you! But anyone can use it to improve their Bible knowledge. God bless you!

Steve Whitney


The Tests

Just click a year to take that year's test or choose a category from the menu beneath each year to focus on one part of the test. Instructions are available below if you need them.

  Feb. 2010 Test (unofficial)
2009 Test
  2008 Test
2001 Test
1994 Test
  2007 Test
2000 Test
1993 Test
  2006 Test
1999 Test
1992 Test
  2005 Test
1998 Test
1991 Test
  2004 Test
1997 Test
1990 Test
  2003 Test
1996 Test
1989 Test
  2002 Test
1995 Test
1988 Test
There may still be errors or problems with the Bible links. Please help others by reporting any problems.
Printable text versions of several Bible Content Exams are available.

The contents of these tests are the property of the Presbyterian Church (USA).  The software and formatting used on this site are copyright © 2000-2011 by Stephen A. Whitney.  All rights reserved.  The Bible reference links are from the Bible Gateway.


It's very simple.  Just scroll through the questions, clicking what you think is the correct answer for each one (A, B, C, or D).  If you need a little help, you can click the "Bible reference" link below the question to see the Bible passage the question is based on.  (It's OK - this is a learning tool, not a test. :-)  But do note that the quotations on the test are always from the NRSV and the Bible reference window will have NIV text.

When you're done, click the "Score Practice Test" button at the bottom of the screen.  A score of 70 out of 100 is passing. You'll also see how you did in each category. The program normally only shows you the answers you got wrong, but you can click the small box near the "Score Practice Test" button to see all of the answers.

After you take a test, you will have lots of options to create special tests on the subjects you need to work on or over all of the questions you got wrong. Just click the links. You can bookmark (or "add to favorites") these customized tests to come back to them later.

Your feedback is important!

Feedback, corrections to the tests, questions, comments?  Send e-mail to Steve.


Thanks to Eric Ledermann, Suzanne D'Spain, Julie Kim, David Brown, Mike Foster, Beverly Ewing, John Reed, Deborah Matthews, Heather Reichgott, Stephanie Croom, Sally Cooper Larson, and Leslie Veen for typing tests! Thanks to Mike Frandsen, Anthony Damelio, Lucus Keppel, Matthew Gaventa, and Harry Workman for helping me reconstruct the February 2010 test. Thanks to San Francisco Theological Seminary for funding the typing of the first 10 exams.


Text versions of the Bible Content Exam

Instructions for entering tests for this site