Quiz: You'll Only Get 10/15 On This Tricky Quiz If You Had A Perfect GPA

Were you summa cum laude or barely making it through?

 Nov 08, 2017
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Question: 1/15Pick your answer!

Cumulus, cirrus, and stratus are types of _____.

Question: 2/15Pick your answer!

What is the power-house of the cell?

Question: 3/15Pick your answer!

What is the subject of the following sentence: The dog walked on a leash.

Question: 4/15Pick your answer!

Which of the following is not an integer?

Question: 5/15Pick your answer!

In which novel did you read about the characters Boo, Atticus and Scout?
The Great Gatsby
To Kill A Mockingbird
The Catcher In The Rye

Question: 6/15Pick your answer!

What does the 'S' stand for in PEMDAS (the order of operations)?

Question: 7/15Pick your answer!

Who issued the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing millions of slaves?
James Madison
Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson

Question: 8/15Pick your answer!

The sun is a(n) _____.
dwarf planet

Question: 9/15Pick your answer!

The clarinet is part of the ______ family.

Question: 10/15Pick your answer!

Which of the following people initiated the start of the Lutheran denomination of Christianity?
Martin Luther King Jr.
Martin Luther
Princess Diana

Question: 11/15Pick your answer!

Which of the following is a proper noun?
Rubber band

Question: 12/15Pick your answer!

'Phalanges' are...
fingers and toes
eye lashes

Question: 13/15Pick your answer!

All of the angles inside a triangle add up to...
180 degrees
360 degrees
90 degrees

Question: 14/15Pick your answer!

"A Tale Of Two Cities", "Oliver Twist", and "Great Expectations" are novels by which author?
Jane Austen
Herman Melville
Charles Dickens

Question: 15/15Pick your answer!

Which of the following is NOT a primary color?
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