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Only 1 in 10 Americans Can Pass This College Level Trivia Quiz. Can You?

Only 1 in 10 Americans have what it takes to pass this college level trivia quiz! Do you think you're up for the challenge? Take these 10 quiz questions and put your knowledge to the ultimate test!
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What is the first book of the Old Testament?
Genesis
Revelations
Matthew

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In what city were the 2012 summer Olympics held?
Tokyo
London
Sydney

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The medulla, the cerebellum and the cerebrum are all parts of what body part?
The eye
The heart
The brain

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What is the half of the planet located above or below the equator called?
Atmosphere
Equator
Hemisphere

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In Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, what did the letter 'A' stand for?
Audacity
Adultery
Atheism

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There are three main types of clouds. The high cirrus clouds, the layered stratus clouds, and what third type of puffy clouds?
Cumulative
Cumulus
Columbus

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What German term, named after its inventor, is given to a lighter-than-air balloon mode of transportation?
Plane
Zeppelin
Blimp

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The game of Monopoly is based on the streets in what New Jersey city?
Hoboken
Trenton
Atlantic City

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In 1959, the last two states entered the Union. Name both states that joined the USA in 1959.
Alaska and Oregon
Alaska and Hawaii
Nevada and Hawaii

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What dish accompanies the ham in the classic Dr. Seuss children's book?
Pickled eggs
Green eggs
Fig jam

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On the TV show Jeopardy!, what is the form that all responses must take?
An answer
A question
A statement

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What element has the symbol Au?
Iron
Gold
Potassium

C+, Trivia Flop

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Unfortunately, you're a college level trivia flop! Sure, you might have known a few of these tricky trivia questions, but you've still got a ways to go before you can go head to head in a college trivia showdown!

B+, College Trivia Clever

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are truly college trivia clever! Whoa, color us impressed! While some people know a bit of general college level trivia, you've proven that you're as trivia knowledgable as they come. Go ahead and brag a little, you've earned it!

A+, College Trivia Ace

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're a true college trivia ace! You know your college level trivia like only a true knowledge hound can. From geography to pop culture, your trivia prowess knows no bounds. Could you be more impressive? We think not!
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1
What is the first book of the Old Testament?
Genesis
Revelations
Matthew
2
In what city were the 2012 summer Olympics held?
Tokyo
London
Sydney
3
The medulla, the cerebellum and the cerebrum are all parts of what body part?
The eye
The heart
The brain
4
What is the half of the planet located above or below the equator called?
Atmosphere
Equator
Hemisphere
5
In Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, what did the letter 'A' stand for?
Audacity
Adultery
Atheism
6
There are three main types of clouds. The high cirrus clouds, the layered stratus clouds, and what third type of puffy clouds?
Cumulative
Cumulus
Columbus
7
What German term, named after its inventor, is given to a lighter-than-air balloon mode of transportation?
Plane
Zeppelin
Blimp
8
The game of Monopoly is based on the streets in what New Jersey city?
Hoboken
Trenton
Atlantic City
9
In 1959, the last two states entered the Union. Name both states that joined the USA in 1959.
Alaska and Oregon
Alaska and Hawaii
Nevada and Hawaii
10
What dish accompanies the ham in the classic Dr. Seuss children's book?
Pickled eggs
Green eggs
Fig jam
11
On the TV show Jeopardy!, what is the form that all responses must take?
An answer
A question
A statement
12
What element has the symbol Au?
Iron
Gold
Potassium

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