Just 6% of people got these basic science questions right. How well will you do?

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Queen Cersei
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Post your results!

http://www.iflscience.com/health-and...about-science/
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11 out of 12. :proud:
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11/12

I studied biology at uni, not physics, so I'm blaming that on my one little error with the questions
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i got 8/12
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11 out of 12
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10/12

The light year one threw me off and I've honestly never heard of Jonas Salk.

I really had to dig into my GCSE memory for that one. Glad to see my tuition got me somewhere!
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9/12
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12/12
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10/12 - Got the water boiling at different altitudes and the magnifying glass ones wrong.
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12/12

:jive:*
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12/12
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11, who developed the polio vaccine is a history question not a science one though :unimpressed:
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I thought I would get lower. I don't like science but I'm happy with 9/12.
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11/12 got the water boiling question wrong

Just did some research and now I understand, never knew that
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(Original post by Madeline_H95)
Don't go to uni. You're incapable of passing a-levels if you only got 11/12 in this basic quiz
Don't be rude.
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12/12!

But I really had to think about the boiling water one. I guessed some bs logic for that one. I thought that at higher altitudes air pressure was lower so it'd take less energy for the water to evaporate. Can someone explain that one for me?
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12/12
Seriously though, a question about ASTROLOGY in a science quiz? You've got to be kidding me. Plus knowing the names of scientists doesn't make you good at science. Hell, I got that question right only because I knew it wasn't the other 3 who did it. All these questions were so random and meaningless.
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(Original post by Alexion)
11, who developed the polio vaccine is a history question not a science one though :unimpressed:
a level bio / uni level healthcare degrees kinda makes you learn it
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Got the magnifying glass one wrong...
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10/12.

Moon question and water question got me. I guessed jonas stalk because I knew Einstein and newton weren't right
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