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Would You Graduate From High School Today?

If you were to be in high school today, would you still make the grade? It's time to find out if you could still hack it in high school! Are you ready to put your knowledge to the test with this trivia quiz? Let's go!
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What part of the cell is commonly referred to as "the powerhouse of the cell?"
The nucleus
The mitochondria
The cytoplasm

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If you see an apparition, you’ve seen a:
Type of house
A lawyer
A ghost

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What percentage of the earth is covered by water?
71%
90%
65%

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What sorts of signals does the brain use to communicate sensations, thoughts and actions?
Physical and chemical signals
Physical and mental signals
Electrical and chemical signals

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Which U.S. national park is the oldest located east of the Mississippi River?
Acadia
Shenandoah
Valley Forge

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During World War II, his nickname was Old Blood and Guts.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
George S. Patton
Douglas MacArthur

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What is the metric equivalent of the U.S. unit of horsepower?
Calories
Watts
Meters

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In English grammar, what punctuation is used to indicate a short poetry title?
Hyphen marks
Quotation marks
Parentheses

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Mean, median, mode, variance, range, and standard deviation are all terms associated with which branch of Mathematics?
Geometry
Statistics
Calculus

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Which war was the setting in Earnest Hemingway‘s "A Farewell to Arms?"
World War II
The Civil War
World War I

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Can you the translate the Spanish word, "suerte‖ (swear tay)" into English?
Hello
Goodbye
Luck

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Mount Kosciusko is the tallest mountain in which country?
Australia
France
Germany

C+, High School Drop Out

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Unfortunately, you didn't pass this high school quiz just yet! Though we don't doubt that you're intelligent and well rounded, modern high school curriculum isn't your cup of tea. Fret not, this is a great excuse to spend some free time reading, learning, and challenging yourself to try something new!

B+, High School Pass

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Take a deep breath and relax, you passed this quiz with flying colors! Not only could you clearly pass high school in the modern day, but you could easily keep up with any teenage student. You've got the wit, the wisdom, and the curiosity to truly excel in today's schools.

A+, High School Genius

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Not only would you still pass high school, you'd likely be top of the class! You've got an expansive and varied knowledge that covers a whole host of unique subjects. With a great mind for memorization and an unmatched curiosity, you could totally keep up with any modern high school student. Go you!
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1
What part of the cell is commonly referred to as "the powerhouse of the cell?"
The nucleus
The mitochondria
The cytoplasm
2
If you see an apparition, you’ve seen a:
Type of house
A lawyer
A ghost
3
What percentage of the earth is covered by water?
71%
90%
65%
4
What sorts of signals does the brain use to communicate sensations, thoughts and actions?
Physical and chemical signals
Physical and mental signals
Electrical and chemical signals
5
Which U.S. national park is the oldest located east of the Mississippi River?
Acadia
Shenandoah
Valley Forge
6
During World War II, his nickname was Old Blood and Guts.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
George S. Patton
Douglas MacArthur
7
What is the metric equivalent of the U.S. unit of horsepower?
Calories
Watts
Meters
8
In English grammar, what punctuation is used to indicate a short poetry title?
Hyphen marks
Quotation marks
Parentheses
9
Mean, median, mode, variance, range, and standard deviation are all terms associated with which branch of Mathematics?
Geometry
Statistics
Calculus
10
Which war was the setting in Earnest Hemingway‘s "A Farewell to Arms?"
World War II
The Civil War
World War I
11
Can you the translate the Spanish word, "suerte‖ (swear tay)" into English?
Hello
Goodbye
Luck
12
Mount Kosciusko is the tallest mountain in which country?
Australia
France
Germany

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