How smart are you? If you're a bit modest, you might say "decently," but for those who are proud of their intelligence, they might claim to be a genius! When one thinks of knowledge, they are immediately transported to their years of education. From elementary school to high school, you experienced math, science, social studies, language arts, and more! If you attended college, your education grew to highly specialized classes. While it's always great to be book smart, how much do you know about the world?
If you excelled in math, you might easily be able to calculate the cosine of a triangle or maybe differentiate a few functions in calculus. For those who are science buffs, you probably enjoyed learning about anatomy and performing dissections on animals. Although you might outperform on a specialized test, would your scores transfer to general knowledge?
With an assortment of topics, could you cover material that you wouldn't find in a textbook? James Bond went by Agent 007. The Pope is the head of the Roman Catholic Church. Mercedes-Benz and BMW are two car brands that hail from Germany. While all this information wouldn't show up on a high school test, they're fair game here! When it comes to general knowledge, can you prove you're a genius without making a single mistake? Rather than watching a 30-minute episode of Jeopardy!, prove your knowledge in just five minutes!