General knowledge quiz challenges you to get a perfect score

General knowledge quiz will put your understanding of geography, history and pop culture to the test – so, do YOU have what it takes to score full marks?

  • US-based trivia platform Quizly challenges you to get perfect score on this quiz 
  • You’ll need to muster your general knowledge in order to get a 20 out of 20
  • Quizmaster claims 90 per cent of people fail to get a minimum of 10 out of 20 

Do you think you can get a perfect score on this general knowledge quiz?

Created for the US-based trivia platform Quizly, the 20-question challenge is so tricky that its creators claim just one in 10 players can score over 50 per cent.  

You’ll need to muster your knowledge of history, sports, biology and chemistry in order to pass and get a perfect score. 

Want to see how you’ll fare? Try your hand at the questions below and check the answers at the bottom of the page to get your score. Good luck!  

Do you think you have what it takes to get a perfect score on this general knowledge quiz from US-based trivia platform Quizly (stock picture)

1. 

1. Raven

2. Cardinal

3. Eagle 

4. Sparrow

2. 

1. Wisconsin

2. Michigan

3. Alaska 

4. Hawaii

3. 

1. Krakatoa

2. Mount Vesuvius

3. Mount Etna

4. Mauna Loa

4.  

1. Anorexia 

2. Epilepsy 

3. Bipolar disorder 

4. Autism 

5. Dyslexia 

6. Narcolepsy 

5. 

1. Vatican Museums

2. Louvre Museum 

3. Metropolitan Museum of Art

4. National Archaeological Museum of Athens

6.

1. Shoulder

2. Ankle

3. Knee

4. Neck

7.

1. Austria

2. Germany

3. Switzerland

4. Poland

8.

1. Toy Story 3

2. The Lord of the Rings: the Return of the King

3. The Godfather Part II 

4. Mad Max: Fury Road

9.

1. Sierra Leone

2. Benin

3. Eritrea

4. Jamaica 

10.

1. Regiment

2. Ambush

3. Shrewdness 

4. Drove

5. Colony

6. Cowardice 

11.

1. Burger King

2. McDonald’s 

3. Wendy’s

4. Arby’s 

12.

1. Falling

2. Ducks

3. Beards

4. Baskets

13.

1. Uranium

2. Carbon Dioxide

3. Gallium

4. Nitrogen

5. Helium

6. Beryllium 

14.

1. Simeulue

2. Ford Island

3. Kalaupapa

4. Mokuhonu

15.

1. MCCCXLVII

2. CMXXXVIII

3. CCCXLI

4. CDXXXVII RIGHT ANSWER

5. MDCXXXVII

6. CCXXVI

16.

1. There is no colour code

2. White

3. Green

4. Purple

17 

1. Mexico

2. France

3. Spain 

4. England

18.

1. Alexandre Dumas

2. Emile Zola

3. John Steinbeck

4. Victor Hugo

19.

1. Sulfates

2. Silicates

3. Citrates

4. Hydroxides

5. Oxides 

6. Gluconates 

20. 

1. Lacrosse

2. Hockey

3. Cricket

4. Tennis 

Answers 

1. Raven 

2. Alaska 

3. Mount Vesuvius 

4. Dyslexia

5.  Louvre Museum  

6. Shoulder 

7.  Germany 

8. The Godfather Part II 

9. Jamaica

10. Shrewdness  

11. McDonald’s  

12. Falling  

13. Uranium 

14. Simeulue

15. CDXXXVII 

16. White

17. Spain  

18. Victor Hugo

19. Oxides 

20. Tennis 

 

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