Test from 1912 for 8th graders… IS F-in HARD!
I just got my ass kicked in the history section. Grammar definitions probably not too much better…
Check it out for yourself.
That was torture and I loved it! Thank you Garg.
I did not know the last Civil War battle, so was happy to google that.
It was Columbus, Ga. fought after Lincoln was assassinated.
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They had to draw important people? For Points?!?!?!? I would have failed so badly.
What were the 3 biggest states? You had 48 then am I right?
Texas is the only one I know for sure.
Will check that out later.
Florida, and Alaska.
Alaska was not a state in 1912, otherwise I thought it was the biggest.
Not sure you would pass in the drawing of important people though Garg.
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Didn’t think it was terribly hard, although deciphering the antiquated grammar/question formulation, the jumbled resolution of the pic, and unfamiliar abbreviations of the arithmetic section made it unnecessarily difficult. And the grammar section, which I never pay attention to and think it’s a lot of hoopla over arbitrary nonsense.
Everything else I passed with ease, more or less.
California would be in the largest states of the time, I think.