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If you enjoy quizzes as much as we do, you have come to the right place. We have hundreds of quizzes available across various categories and you will surely find some matching your interests. Are you looking to broaden your knowledge in a given area? Are you reviewing your understanding of some subject matter in preparation for an exam or job interview? Do you want to show others that they have some work to do to catch up to your level? Or maybe you just want to have some fun, while learning something new? Well, whatever has brought you here, we aim at delivering a legendary experience.

Out of the plethora of our quizzes, we have selected the most popular ones to publish them here. Please have some patience with us, as each quiz takes several weeks to review and adapt to the Web. We hope to publish one quiz per month, so this will certainly be an ongoing and never-ending activity. In addition to posting new quizzes, we are also updating existing ones, as new and interesting facts come to light or as a result of feedback received. Please check back often.


Here is our current offering with masters of each domain.
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Geography

North Americanisse2024-04-251,90000:01:08
South AmericaAnonymous2024-03-231,30000:00:46
EuropeAnonymous2024-03-232,17600:01:09
Africam2024-01-0488700:03:21
AsiaAnonymous2024-05-0475700:10:58

History

Ancient GreeceAnonymous2024-03-232,17900:01:36

Sports

Ice Hockeymike2024-03-0297100:01:31

Did you know?

Africa is splitting into two continents.

East Africa shows a deep rupture running for more than six thousand kilometers from the Gulf of Aden to Mozambique. It was named the East African Rift System and is thought to be a result of tectonic activity deep beneath Earth's surface. Geologists expect that within the next five million years the African Plate will split into two and the resulting smaller Somali Plate will separate to form a new continent. The process is slow as the fault widens by about seven millimeters per year. But deep cracks suddenly occurring in Ethiopia and Kenya in recent years are already a great cause of concerns for nations of East Africa.