Can You Pass 1980s True or False Quiz?

Do you think you're an authority on the 1980s? It's time to put your knowledge to the ultimate test. Take these 12 questions and discover if you can actually pass a 1980s true or false quiz!
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True or false: On November 17, 1981, approximately 30 million Americans turned on their televisions to watch Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew wed.
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True or false: The nickname of the fourth ghost in Pac-Man is Clyde.
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True or false: "Baby Be Mine" from Michael Jackson's iconic album "Thriller" was released as a single and flopped.
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True or false: In 1980, the Rubik's cube dwindled in popularity due to its difficulty.
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True or false: In 1982 there was an assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan.
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True or false: In 1982, Reverend Sun Myung Moon Married 2,075 Couples at Madison Square Garden.
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True or false: In 1984, the "G" moving rating was first introduced.
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True or false: In 1983, sales of Cabbage Patch dolls fell short of expectation.
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True or false: In 1985, a group of popular US singers banded together to record "We Are The World."
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True or false: In 1987, Halley's Comet passed over the United States.
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True or false: In 1986, the Oprah Winfrey Show first gained national syndication.
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True or false: In 1988, the Berlin Wall officially fell.
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Result
Unfortunately, this quiz revealed that your knowledge on the 1980s is a bit bogus! While you may have remembered a few of the historical and pop culture moments mentioned on this quiz, your memory fell a bit short in discerning a few questions. Fret not, perhaps you learned something new!

C+, 1980s Bogus

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Based on the results of this quiz you are truly 1980s bodacious! It's obvious that the 80's hold a special place in your heart, one that few decades can even come close to replacing. Your knowledge on this time in history is quite impressive!

B+, 1980s Bodacious

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Based on the results of this quiz your knowledge o the 1980s is truly radical! You're pretty much an authority on this decade and the wealth of events that occurred. It's obvious that this time in history holds a special place in your heart.

A+, 1980s Radical

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1
True or false: On November 17, 1981, approximately 30 million Americans turned on their televisions to watch Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew wed.
True
False
2
True or false: The nickname of the fourth ghost in Pac-Man is Clyde.
True
False
3
True or false: "Baby Be Mine" from Michael Jackson's iconic album "Thriller" was released as a single and flopped.
True
False
4
True or false: In 1980, the Rubik's cube dwindled in popularity due to its difficulty.
True
False
5
True or false: In 1982 there was an assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan.
True
False
6
True or false: In 1982, Reverend Sun Myung Moon Married 2,075 Couples at Madison Square Garden.
True
False
7
True or false: In 1984, the "G" moving rating was first introduced.
True
False
8
True or false: In 1983, sales of Cabbage Patch dolls fell short of expectation.
True
False
9
True or false: In 1985, a group of popular US singers banded together to record "We Are The World."
True
False
10
True or false: In 1987, Halley's Comet passed over the United States.
True
False
11
True or false: In 1986, the Oprah Winfrey Show first gained national syndication.
True
False
12
True or false: In 1988, the Berlin Wall officially fell.
True
False