Do you remember your fractions? How about decimals? Acute angles? The Second
Continental Congress? The capital of Wyoming? Who Virginia is named after?
What chlorophyll does? You probably did when you were in fifth grade!
our quiz to see how much of this information you have retained after all
these years. Maybe you could still pass that geography quiz - or maybe you
should let a fifth grader plan your next road trip.
you know the name commonly used to refer to the forced relocation of five
Native American tribes from their ancestral lands to the Indian Territory in
the 1830s? Or in which state the Indian Territory was located? If not, you
may want to ask the closest fifth grader – they could tell you that the
Trail of Tears forced thousands of Native Americans to what is currently the
state of Oklahoma.
you smarter than a 5th grader? You may think that you could go to the head
of the class with ease, but you may be surprised by all the information a
5th grader keeps in their head. Geometry, multiplication, geography,
history, science, biology, grammar - you need to know all of this and more
to make the grade.
adverbs? How about prepositions? You use them every day, but may have
forgotten the basic rules.
Take our quiz to
see if you are smarter than a fifth grader. We will ask you 15 simple
questions that a 5th grader would be able to answer. They will cover a range
of categories, which are subjects that kids study in elementary school. At
the end of the test, we will present your results and let you know if you
are actually smarter than a 5th grader. If you have forgotten a few pieces
of information over the years, we will even give you the correct answers to
refresh your memory.
test and find out how you compare to the average 5th grader. It takes
only a few minutes, is absolutely free and entirely fun. See how your early
studies have held up over the years. You will be surprised at how much
information a fifth grader can hold, and maybe even relearn a useful fact or