Quiz: No One Gets #6 Right. Not Your Typical IQ Test... Can You Pass?

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Are you smart enough to get into Mensa?

How well do you know general knowledge, trivia, and scholastic information? Are you actually a book smart student?

 Feb 14, 2018
1 of 20Pick the correct answer!
Stockholm is the capital of what country?
Uruguay
Sweden
South Africa
2 of 20Pick the correct answer!
What is the biggest planet in our solar system?
Neptune
Earth
Jupiter
3 of 20Pick the correct answer!
The tuba is a member of the ____ instrument family.
brass
percussion
strings
4 of 20Pick the correct answer!
What is a group of fish called?
A herd
A gaggle
A school
5 of 20Pick the correct answer!
What is the world's smallest ocean?
Arctic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
6 of 20Pick the correct answer!
K-pop is a genre of music that originated in what country?
Korea
Kazakhstan
France
7 of 20Pick the correct answer!
Who wrote The Great Gatsby?
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Ernest Hemmingway
Jane Austen
8 of 20Pick the correct answer!
Where can you find the Stonehenge?
England
Germany
Australia
9 of 20Pick the correct answer!
Diamonds are made of highly organized _______.
oxygen
carbon
hydrogen
10 of 20Pick the correct answer!
The feuding families in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" are the ______.
Capulets and Montagues
Smiths and Johnsons
Hatfields and McCoys
11 of 20Pick the correct answer!
Apollo ___ was the first expedition to land on the moon.
21
1
11
12 of 20Pick Your Answer!
Which country has a maple leaf on it's national flag?
China
The Netherlands
Canada
13 of 20Pick the correct answer!
Which of these is NOT a dog breed?
Percheron
Bichon Frise
Chinese Crested Dog
14 of 20Choose One!
Which country gave America the Statue of Liberty?
France
Russia
London
15 of 20Pick the correct answer!
What is the national language of Brazil?
Brazilian
Spanish
Portuguese
16 of 20Choose One!
This latitude line forms great circle that divides the Earth into two hemispheres:
Equator
Prime Meridian
Axis
17 of 20Pick the correct answer!
Which color can NOT be made by mixing 2 colors together?
Purple
Red
Green
18 of 20Pick your answer!
Which way is counterclockwise?
Left
It can be both
Right
19 of 20Pick your answer!
The Titanic sank in 1912. In which ocean did this occur?
Atlantic
Mediterranean
Pacific
20 of 20Pick your answer!
Which occupation best describes the following famous people: Leonardo da Vinci, Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh?
Philosopher
Inventor
Artist
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