Quiz: Can We Guess Your Level Of Education Based On These 16 Questions

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 May 19, 2017
1 of 16Choose the correct answer.
What is a group of fish called?
A school
A herd
A gaggle
2 of 16Pick the correct answer.
Who was the fourth president of the United States?
James Madison
George Washington
Bill Clinton
3 of 16Choose the correct answer.
Which internal organ is affected most by alcoholism?
Heart
Liver
Lungs
4 of 16Choose the correct answer.
The person with ____ you were supposed to attend the event can no longer attend.
whose
who
whom
5 of 16Choose the correct answer.
How many sides does a pentagon have?
five
six
four
6 of 16True or false?
Hot air rises.
True
False
7 of 16Choose the correct answer.
Which sequence denotes the order of the colors in the rainbow?
RYGBPIV
ROYGBIV
BIVGROY
8 of 16Choose the correct answer.
What does the term Renaissance mean?
Remember
Lose
Rebirth
9 of 16Choose the correct answer.
Which of the following means 'seven' in Spanish?
siete
sinco
siento
10 of 16Pick the correct answer.
What is the number ‘one thousand, two hundred and forty six’ spelled backwards with digits?
1246
6421
2416
11 of 16Pick the correct answer.
A pie can be cut into more than seven pieces by making four diameter cuts. True or false?
TRUE
FALSE
12 of 16Pick the correct answer.
How many minutes past 5:00 is 27 minutes before 7:00?
63
93
33
13 of 16Choose the correct answer.
What is the biggest planet in our solar system?
Mars
Jupiter
Earth
14 of 16Pick the correct answer.
E = __ c^2
m
d
x
15 of 16Pick the correct answer.
There are ____ countries in the world.
501
196
32
16 of 16Pick the correct answer.
Which of the following are NOT on the periodic table?
Aquarium
Magnesium
Carbon
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