Multiple-Choice General Knowledge Quiz and Study Guide for Students and Homeschoolers (#7)
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This is the seventh in a series of general knowledge quizzes designed to get you ready to pass any tests that your instructors can throw at you.
- Starting with Quiz #1, take each quiz as many times as necessary until you score 100%, then move on to the next one. There are 25 questions in each quiz, so you can take them quickly. If you are home schooled, or are a home school instructor, you can benefit from my quizzes, as they are filled with questions you will likely see on various intelligence tests all through your life.
- Practice the answers until they become second nature to you. You'll be glad you did.
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Questions on Quiz #8
- What are cyclones called in the United States?
- President Abraham Lincoln's handwritten copy of the Emancipation Proclamation was destroyed when/where?
- Who painted "Vincent Van Gogh Painting Sunflowers"?
- Which two presidential hopefuls were the first to have a televised debate?
- Which United States President and First Lady introduced the "Just Say No" campaign to Americans?
- What was the name of the first underground nuclear detonation test in Nevada in 1957?
- What does "corpus delicti" mean (in literal terms)?
- How many Laws of Motion did Isaac Newton develop?
- What does the word "heliocentric" mean?
- What is the study of poisons called?
- In which part of the human body would you find the cervical spine?
- What is the only planet that rotates clockwise?
- How tall is Michaelangelo's famous sculpture David?
- What is Epistaxis?
- What is AU the symbol for on the Periodic Table of Elements?
- What is the smallest thing that a substance can be divided into, while remaining the same substance?
- Undergoing complete metamorphosis (four stages) is called what?
- During what year was the Civil Rights Act passed?
- Which of these words is a synonym for the word "ignominious"?
- Which of these explorers was beheaded after being charged with treason?
- What are disease-causing organisms called?
- Which of these is a condition of chronic fatigue and frustration that results from mounting stress over time?
- Which of these helps scientists estimate how many civilizations may inhabit our galaxy?
- What is the capital of the state of Hawaii?
- What is the excessive excretion of sweat called?
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