It's a fun and educational quiz. There are only 15-20 questions. You progress across the "battlefield" and, if you answer badly, the game alerts you that you either have to "bite a bullet" (ignore a contradiction), take a hit (admit a contradictory belief), or sometimes take a direct hit (an obvious and inescapable contradiction).
[My TPM Medal of Distinction for achieving second place]
I survived mostly unscathed. I had only one contradiction, and accepted it, thereby receiving the second highest award: The Medal of Distinction.
The game is clever in that it doesn't force you to answer the questions according to Theism, atheism, or agnosticism, and it isn't concerned with whether you are "right": the only criteria of judgment is logical consistency across all of your own personal beliefs.
I think the idea is fantastic. At the end, the game offers a breakdown of your performance and explains why you may have problems in the answers that you gave.
I won't tell you the details of where I went "wrong" because I think it's more valuable if you take the test without getting any hints from me. I think I agree, my problems arose because of vague terms, but I'm more than willing to "take the hit" and adjust my thoughts accordingly. I learned a valuable lesson indeed.
So how about you? Take the test if you feel like it. How internally consistent are your beliefs?