Test Your Science IQ !

Are you more science-savvy than the average American?

How is your knowledge of scientific concepts and recent scientific findings and events?

Find out, by taking the PEW Center’s 12-question Science IQ quiz – here!

Psst… So how did you do?

(I got 12 out of 12, along with 10% of the public!)

College graduates answered correctly an average of 9.5 questions.

~Eowyn

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Stevem
me too,
12 correct & wondered about that carbon dioxide question, too

Anonymous
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Anonymous

12/12 too… wouldn’t CO2 cause more plant growth?

igor
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igor

i got 10 out if 12 water being a recent discovery on mars is wrong nasa knew there was water on mars 30 years ago i have an old science mag. scientific american circa 1985 and they discuss the polar ice caps on mars and the presence of water. so how can that be recent? not to mention i used to read the martian times and water has been a known commodity for years.

hrmfc
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hrmfc

11/ 12 I messed up on the electron/atom question. 🙁

Garold
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Garold

12 out of 12. I wasn’t bothered by the carbon dioxide question since it is a greenhouse gas.

Doc's wife
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Doc's wife

Got eleven out of twelve.

Will
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Will

11 out of 12 my fault I was going to fast and got cocky 🙁

Zorro
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Zorro

Glad to be a part of the 10% club. My teachers would be proud.

DCG
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DCG

Uh oh, saw “science” and knew I wouldn’t do so well…got 9 correct.

But hey, I did get an A in chemistry at college 🙂

josephbc69
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I also got 12/12, as this is IMO a pretty simple quiz. Every HS student should have one year each of physics, chemistry, biology, ecology, and Earth Sciences, as a requirement for graduation. How else are they going to function in the Creation, which is the real world? Unfortunately TV, movies, and other “teaching aids” reinforce mindless consumerism, which is just fine by the MSM, TPTB, and all feral gubbmints. Dr Weaver’s “Ideas Have Consequences”, never out of print since 1947, is relentless in its dissection of what passes for ‘education’ in our era! Read it and be amazed as… Read more »

Ellie G.
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Ellie G.

I’m a 12er.

DCG
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DCG

Apparently I’m not the brightest in this bunch…can I get a “blonde” pass on this one 🙂

K. aka Kel
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K. aka Kel

10/12… (I also got hung up on the Mars and carbon question. 🙁

tina
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tina

that was fun-cept I missed one lol.