The results of the previous vitamin survey are in! I’ll be doing my research project on vitamin B12. There is a link below to the second survey, which will take a little bit longer than the first, but should be pretty quick (less than 10 minutes).
Fill out the questions to the best of your knowledge without any help from others, books, the internet, etc. This survey is meant to assess YOUR current knowledge of vitamin B12 so I can base my article around what people want to learn about it or what they should know about it. Don’t worry about getting the correct answer, just worry about answering honestly. In other words, it’s OK to know nothing about B12 so don’t guess, simply select “I have no idea” or leave it blank if you don’t know.
As an extra incentive, if you include your email at the end of the survey, you will be entered into a giveaway for a B12 t-shirt, custom designed by me. If you fill out the next survey, you will get another entry! I’ll be giving away a couple t-shirts so there will be multiple winners! (I will not use your email for any reasons beyond informing you of the third and final survey, when the B12 article is published, and if you win the giveaway!).
Thank you in advance!
FYI – For those of you who missed the first article, this survey is being used for the purposes of gathering information about what I should devote my research on for my chemistry class project. I had people vote on vitamins and minerals that they want to know more about and vitamin B12 is of the most interest to people. My project will be to assess where peoples’ knowledge of B12 is lacking so I can devote a blog article to informing my readers about B12 (such as where it comes from, what it does in the body, what it looks like, etc.). After the article is publish, I will post a third and final survey to assess whether my article was helpful and if you now know more about B12 than you had previously. If all goes well, I’d like to continue with this sort of thing (with t-shirt giveaways and all!) so I can deepen my own knowledge of vitamins and minerals while spreading what I’ve learned to others.