All-Around Genius Quiz

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20 Questions - Developed by: Steven Brown - Developed on: - 25.509 taken

So you think you're a genius...your friends consider you one...you boast about being one... but are you really...a GENIUS?...Find out now!...

  • 1
    What does 2+2*3/4 equal?
    11
    2
    3
    3.5
    4
  • 2
    What is the verb in this sentence?
    this
    verb
    what
    sentence
    is
  • 3
    Who was known as the Scourge of God?
    Saladin
    Tamerlane
    Genghis Khan
    Attila the Hun
    The Pope
  • 4
    What was the only battle Attila the Hun ever lost?
    The Siege of Rome
    The Siege of Jerusalem
    The Siege of Constantinople
    The Battle for the Sajo Bridge
    The Battle of the Catalonian Fields
  • 5
    What word can come before field, front, and axe to create new words?
    Farm
    Instrument
    Battle
    Center
    Chess
  • 6
    What is Tim Burton's latest film?
    Corpse Bride
    The Nightmare Before Christmas
    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
    The Santa Clause
    Pirates of the Caribbean
  • 7
    What is the longest word in the English language?
    SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALODICIOUS
    TETRAMETHYLDIAMINOBENZHYDRYLPHOSPHINOUSACIDS
    ANTIDISESTABLISHMENTARIANISMISTIANITE
    PNEUMONOULTRAMICROSCOPICSILICOVOLCANOCONIOSIS
    DIMETHYLAMIDOPHENYLDIMETHYLPYRAZOLONE
  • 8
    What two Noble Gases have the highest and lowest boiling points?
    Helium and Neon
    Helium and Radon
    Helium and Krypton
    Helium and Xenon
    Helium and Argon
  • 9
    In music, what term tells the musician to play very loud"
    Pianissimo
    Rest
    Piano
    Fortissimo
    Forte
  • 10
    What fictional creature from Harry Potter is also called a "cockatrice"?
    House elf
    Phoenix
    Hippogriff
    Basilisk
    Doxy
  • 11
    What ancient city in Egypt was also the name of a weapon?
    Giza
    Heliopolis
    Memphis
    Cairo
    Thebes
  • 12
    What do the French words "coup d'etat" symbolize in English?
    Hunger
    Oppression
    Thirst
    An overthrow of an oppressive government
    Vengeance
  • 13
    What sport was once played with a peach and a bucket?
    Football
    Hockey
    Basketball
    Baseball
    Tennis
  • 14
    What is the square root of the cube root of 64?
    8
    4
    16
    32
    2
  • 15
    Which of these cities were ever capitals of the US?
    Washington, DC, New York City, and Pittsburg
    New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC
    York, Walla Walla, and Albany
    None of the answers are true
    Albany, Harrisburg, and Washington, DC
  • 16
    Which of these was NOT a wonder of the ancient world?
    The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
    The Sphinx
    The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
    The Colossus of Rhodes
    The Pyramids
  • 17
    Complete this sentence: "The sun never ___ on the _______ Empire."
    set; English
    rose; British
    shone; English
    I'm supposed to know this HOW!
    set; British
  • 18
    What was a jihad?
    A kind of horse from the Russian steppes
    A city in Assyria before the Persians plundered it
    A Turkish delicacy similar to a falafel
    A Muslim holy war similar to the Christian crusade
    A part of the life of a ferret
  • 19
    Usually, what is the largest part, in square inches, of a computer?
    The Chip
    The Keyboard
    The Monitor
    The Mouse
    The CPU
  • 20
    What are the four Roman gods to also be planets and chemical elements?
    Helios, Gaia, Poseidon, and Hades
    Venus, Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars
    Aphrodite, Apollo, Zeus, and Ares
    Earth, Moon, stars, and Sun
    Mercury, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto

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