This is a multi-topic test. Each topic has a set of multiple choice single select questions.
Each topic has three lifelines - Pass, Switch, and Hint. You can use these lifelines only once in each topic. An incorrect answer will finish the test.
Read Help (? button top right) before you begin.
Click Start to begin. Good luck!
This game has four sections. Each section has a set of questions related to a particular topic. Once you select a topic, you cannot move out of the section till you answer all the questions.
Every section has a set of three lifelines - Switch, Pass, and Hint. Each of these lifelines can be used only once while attempting questions for a particular topic.
Switch offers you an alternate question for the current question. However, you can still attempt the current question without any score.
Pass moves you on to the next question. However, you can still attempt the current question without any score.
Hint is a text clue related to the question.
If you get any of the answers incorrect, the test is over.
You will be presented an alternate question for the current question. However, you can still attempt the current question. You will not be scored for this attempt.
You have decided to pass this question and move on to the next question. You can, however, attempt the current question. You will not be scored for this attempt.
If you are on the last question, you will be taken to the topics page.
It is a single-dimensional linear unit. Circumference is the distance around a circle.
It is 1/1000 of a kilometer.
It literally means main or major.
Two fifth would be 2/5, or 4/10, or 40/100.
Samantha would be 9 years old in three years.
B and C would always be two years elder to D.
If you stand in front of Earth, it would move from your left to right.
It is used to write.
It is the largest planet in the solar system.
He also discovered the enzyme lysozyme in 1922.
There is a lunar crater named after this scientist.
It's a fruit.
It was two years before the begining of the third decade of the 20th Century.
He is probably best remembered for the words "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" that he spoke at the time.
A term that also be used to describe an inscrutable person.
It can also be a human attribute.
He was also Australia's fifth Prime Minister elected in 1908.
It was four years before the end of WWII.
It is also the country that has appeared in EVERY World Cup.
He had also won a Bronze medal in the 100m sprint in 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games.
He is married to Steffi Graf.
He is an American swimmer and holds seven world records in swimming. He won six gold medals at Athens Olympics 2004 and eight gold medals in Beijing Olympics 2008.
He denied using performance enhancing drugs for many years.
His younger brother was also a Formula 1 driver.
What is the sum of all the sides of a rectangle called?
What is the SI unit of distance?
What is a number that cannot be divided completely by any number other than itself and 1 called?
What would be two-fifth in percentage?
Samantha is twice the age of Jim. In another three years, she will be only one and a half times Jim's age. What is Jim's present age?
A, B, C, and D are siblings. D is the youngest, A is the eldest, and B and C are twins. The siblings are separated by 2 years. If A is 8 years old now, how old would C be when D is 15?
In which direction does Earth rotate?
How is calcium carbonate commonly known as?
Which planet is between Mars and Saturn?
Who discovered Penicillin?
Who originated the concept of a programmable computer?
Which company introduced the iPhone?
When did World War I end?
Who was the first man to walk on the moon?
Which ancient Egyptian mythological figure was depicted as a recumbent lion with a human head?
What was the name of Captain Cook's ship in which he 'discoverd' Australia?
Who was the Prime Minister of Australia at the outbreak of the First World War?
When did the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor?
Which country has won the most World Cups?
Which Canadian sprinter was disqualified for doping after winning the Olympic Gold and setting the world record for 100m in 1988?
Who is the only tennis player to have won Grand Slam singles titles on three different surfaces and an Olympic Gold as well?
Which sportsperson has won the maximum career Olympic gold medals?
Who is the only cyclist to have won the Tour de France for a record-breaking seven consecutive times - but has since been stripped of his wins?
Which driver holds the record for the maximum number of Formula 1 races won in a single season?
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Click on the topic of your choice to take a short test. Refer to Help (? button top right) if you need more details of how the activity works. You have five minutes for each topic.