Are You Smarter Than a Shmooper?

Posted by Shmoop on 3/3/19 12:05 PM

Ready to test yourself to see if you're smarter than a Shmooper? We've gathered four questions (and answers—you're welcome) from some of our favorite premium online courses and test prep. 

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Shmoop Questions:  

1.Which of the following was not influenced by industrialization in the 1950s? 5th Grade Social Studies

A) Housing construction
B) Drive-in movies
C) Fast food
D) Auto development



2. What is the "Big Five" personality test? 8th Grade Health

A) Another name for the Myers-Briggs tests
B) The most scientifically-accepted personality diagnostic
C) The least scientifically-accepted personality diagnostic
D) A personality test that relies solely on "yes or no" questions 



3. Sigmund Freud is associated with which theoretical approach? AP Psychology Semester A

A) Cognitive
B) Psychoanalysis
C) Behaviorism
D) Humanism
E) Evolutionary



4. Bonus College Question — Pre-Algebra I (College) 

This course has been recommended for ACE CREDIT®, which means it is considered for credit at thousands of colleges and universities across the country. For more information, click here.

Kimberlee went on a shopping spree at her favorite store, Clothes! Clothes! Clothes! She brought $110 with her and wants to spend it all. She found a blouse for $45, a skirt for $35.50, and two belts for $20 each. She doesn't have enough money, and needs to put something back. What item(s) can she put back so that her pocketbook is as empty as possible?

 Check out our Shmoop Pre-Algebra Resources video!  

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