If You Score Less Than 75% On This Test, You're Officially The Worst Person In The World

People often get hyperfocused on the importance of academic knowledge when it comes to determining intelligence. The things that are learned in a school setting are often thought of as the staples individuals need in order to be considered well rounded in their intelligence. From important dates and details of historically significant moments from around the world to simple rules in determining mathematical equations, these lessons from school are instrumental in acknowledging someone's intellect. Yet, there's more to being a well-rounded individual besides having book smarts.

Elements of pop culture are hugely important in being knowledgeable about things from all over the world. Whether they're lyrics from beloved songs that almost everyone in the world has heard before or television shows that have gone on to become cultural phenomena, it's interesting how much pop culture references can be part of what makes someone well rounded overall. Pop culture references often make it into regular conversations, whether it's at the water cooler at work or comical conversations on a first date. Test your overall knowledge of everything from historical events to pop culture references, and see how well you fare with regard to things that everyone in the world should know.

Question 1

What's the name of the very first winner of American Idol?

When American Idol first set out to find the next big star in the music industry, there weren't any other singing competition shows on the air. The show remained consistently popular with audiences with each new season, but that seemed to change once new and more exciting singing competition shows started to horn in on television audiences. It forced American Idol to conclude its run, but it wasn't gone for long since the series is slated to return. What's the name of the very first winner of American Idol?

Question 2

What's the nickname that was given to Patrick Dempsey’s character in Grey’s Anatomy?

Grey's Anatomy is the brainchild of Shonda Rhimes, and the success of the show led to a number of other future opportunities for her on television. While some people worried whether or not Grey's Anatomy would be able to live up to some of the other hospital dramas that have aired on television, it wasn't long before people completely embraced the series as something completely new and special. What's the nickname that was given to Patrick Dempsey’s character in Grey’s Anatomy?

Question 3

Which superhero character was Jerry Seinfeld obsessed with on the hit sitcom Seinfeld?

Seinfeld is often thought of as one of the best sitcoms ever produced and is still hugely popular with television audiences in its reruns. While all of the characters helped to make the show a shit, it was Jerry Seinfeld who really stood out in the series. People loved watching his character and the way he interacted with others, but it was his superhero fascination that always seemed to get some laughs. Which superhero character was Jerry Seinfeld obsessed with on the hit sitcom Seinfeld?

Question 4

What's the name of the only female main character on the first season of The Big Bang Theory?

The Big Bang Theory has been a huge favorite with television audiences since the first season premiered in 2007. It was questionable whether or not TV viewers would resonate with a storyline that revolved around a group of geniuses. Yet, it was the female character that really seemed to stand out in the series. People loved seeing how she interacted with the other characters, and she quickly became a favorite on the show. What's the name of the only female main character during the first season of The Big Bang Theory?

Question 5

What's the name of the President of the United States during the American Civil War?

With the United States seemingly in a constant state of unrest in most recent years, the situation has become so volatile that people have even referenced the public rising up in revolt. From millions of people marching in Washington to the numerous protests that have sparked violence all over the states, it's no wonder that people think about a possible civil war that could occur in the United States. What's the name of the President of the United States during the American Civil War?

Question 6

Can you solve this simple math equation?

Kids often struggle in Math while in school, and people often ask whether or not they'll actually use these math skills in the real world. This is especially put into question in compound math equations, which is made exponentially more glaring when there are so many math apps that can be used to solve any type of equation. Yet, it's incredibly important for people to be able to follow simple math rules without the use of a calculator. Can you solve this simple math equation?

Question 7

How did Hitler die?

Adolf Hitler is thought of as one of the most brutal dictators of all time, with people still dissecting the atrocities performed in his name during World War II. There have been numerous film and television portrayals of World War II over the years, with many of them depicting the efforts of the Allies in trying to stifle Hitler's efforts. Some of the portrayals have actually focused on the Allied efforts to kill Adolf Hitler prior to his actual death. How did Hitler die?

Question 8

What was the gift that was given to Britney Spears in the music video for “Oops!... I Did It Again”?

After the huge success of Britney Spears's debut studio album, there were some who wondered whether or not she would be able to continue her success. She quickly squelched the notion that she was going to be just another one-hit wonder when her second album was released. One of the hit singles that came from it was the song "Oops!... I Did It Again." People loved the video and the moments where she partook in a little skit. What was the gift that was given to Britney Spears in the music video for “Oops!... I Did It Again”?

Question 9

What is the name of the only President of the United States ever to resign?

The road to the presidency isn't exactly an easy one, and there have been numerous people who have thrown their hat into the ring without ever holding the title of President of the United States. Yet, there was one person who held the office without ever making it to the end of his term. He reluctantly handed in his letter of resignation and forever went on to live in infamy. What's the name of the only President of the United States ever to resign?

Question 10

What was the name of the character that Idris Elba played in the HBO hit series The Wire?

Idris Elba is quickly being seen as one of Hollywood's favorite leading men. He's had a number of hit roles throughout his career, on both television and the big screen. His most recent success was when he starred alongside Kate Winslet in the latest romantic drama The Mountain Between Us. It should be no surprise that he's been considered as the next actor to portray the iconic James Bond. What was the name of the character that Idris Elba played in the HBO hit series The Wire?

Question 11

What's the name of the killer who reportedly assassinated President John F. Kennedy?

When John F. Kennedy was elected as the 35th President of the United States, the American public saw a whole new face of the family living in the White House. There was a beautiful bride living in the White House, along with young children whom the public fell in love with. Yet, his time in office wasn't the Camelot vision for long since JFK was assassinated on November 22, 1963. What's the name of the killer who reportedly assassinated President John F. Kennedy?

Question 12

What's the family name of the main characters in The Godfather?

When it comes to mobster films, everyone seems to reference The Godfather Trilogy with regard to what constitutes a true mobster story. The first film was released in 1972, but it's still considered one of people's all-time favorite mobster movies. Numerous filmmakers have tried to duplicate the magic that came from this cinematic masterpiece but to no avail. People got caught up in the story of the rise and the power of this Godfather family. What's the family name of the main characters in The Godfather?

Question 13

What's the most commonly known name of this political protest?

There are a number of different historically significant events throughout American history, stemming back from the time of the Thirteen Colonies. One of the most significant events that people still reference with regard to the founding of the United States of America occurred in 1773. The Sons of Liberty held a political protest against the Tea Act, which forced the people of the Thirteen Colonies to accept the British right to taxation. What's the most commonly known name of this political protest?

Question 14

What's the nickname of the character that Ashton Kutcher played in That ‘70s Show?

When That '70s Show first premiered in 1998, it wasn't blatantly clear whether or not television audiences would resonate with a story that took place in the 1970s. This was definitely a question since the demographic that the show was hitting wasn't even alive during the 1970s. Yet, the cast of characters definitely helped to gain an audience, and there were a number of breakout stars who came from the cast. What's the nickname of the character that Ashton Kutcher played in That ‘70s Show?

Question 15

What was the third ship on the voyage taken by Christopher Columbus beyond just the Nina and the Pinta?

When Christopher Columbus set out on the voyage to cross the Atlantic Ocean in 1492, there was a historic moment that forever changed the world. Every elementary student learns about this monumental voyage and is forced to memorize the names of the ships that were on this voyage. This may be a piece of information that was once burned in everyone's mind, but it may have been forgotten over the years. What was the third ship on the voyage taken by Christopher Columbus beyond just the Nina and the Pinta?

Question 16

What was the name of the spaceflight that landed Armstrong and Aldrin on the moon?

During the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union, both countries were in a rush to become the first nation to land on the moon. It was the United States that ultimately won the race since it launched the spaceflight that landed the first two human beings on the face of the moon. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became hugely celebrated astronauts, despite the fact that the event has a number of conspiracy theories surrounding it. What was the name of the spaceflight that landed Armstrong and Aldrin on the moon?

Question 17

How long did Mandela spend behind bars before becoming the first black President of South Africa?

There are a handful of historical figures that can truly claim to have made a mark in the world, and one of them is Nelson Mandela. During the time prior to his incarceration, South Africa was known for having a systematic method of segregation for its citizens. Including everything from public facilities to housing and employment, this was something that became a main focus for Nelson Mandela's efforts for change. How long did Mandela spend behind bars before becoming the first black President of South Africa?

Question 18

What's the name of the White House intern who publicly came out about her sexual relationship with President Bill Clinton?

President Bill Clinton wasn't exactly the first politician to carry on an extramarital affair, but his personal life was arguably the most tumultuous throughout American history. His infidelity scandal covered headlines to the point where it completely overshadowed the good works of his presidency. While he was linked to more than one woman, it was the White House intern whom everyone remembers. What's the name of the White House intern who publicly came out about her sexual relationship with President Bill Clinton?

Question 19

What line comes after “I kissed a girl just to try it…” in the Katy Perry single?

When Katy Perry emerged as her new persona in the music industry, it was her hit single "I Kissed A Girl" that really garnered the attention of the public. The song became a cultural phenomenon that made everyone want to sing along to the lyrics. This one hit single helped to act as a launch pad for Katy Perry's music career. While the lyrics may be memorable, not everyone can recall each and every line of the song. What line comes after “I kissed a girl just to try it…” in the Katy Perry single?

Question 20

What's the name of the coffee shop that the gang of Friends would constantly frequent?

When the first season of Friends was released in 1994, no one could've guessed how popular the show would become with television audiences. There was a magic that came from the chemistry amongst the characters, and each of the main actors went on to have their own success apart from the series. Without the success of the show, there's no telling if these actors would've been able to go on to achieve so much success in their professional careers. What's the name of the coffee shop that the gang of Friends would constantly frequent?

Question 21

Where did the Titanic take off from before heading to New York City?

One of the most memorable catastrophic moments on the sea throughout history was when the Titanic sank in 1912. It was coined as the most luxurious ships in all the world, with an "unsinkable" build. This is what made its sinking so astonishing since more than 2,000 of its passengers and crew perished in the North Atlantic Ocean when it ultimately hit an iceberg and sank in the ocean. Where did the Titanic take off from before heading to New York City?

Question 22

What year was the Constitution of the United States signed?

Americans are constantly putting the Constitution of the United States up for debate. While there have been a number of amendments over the years, people often strive to maintain the first constitutional laws ever created. Constitutional law is a popular area of study for many, and it's actually been a huge feature for anyone wanting to pursue a career in law enforcement or politics. While some things in the Constitution are constantly up for debate, there are also a number of things that will never change. What year was the Constitution of the United States signed?

Question 23

What was the flight number for the fourth plane that was involved in the September 11 terrorist attacks?

September 11, 2001 was one of the most significant dates in American history because of the coordinated terrorist attacks by al-Qaeda on United States soil. Terrorist hijackers took hold of four different planes and planned a coordinated attack. The first two planes hit the World Trade Center in New York and the third plane crashed into the Pentagon in Virginia. Yet, the fourth plane never made it to its destination because of the heroic efforts of the crew and passengers. What was the flight number for the fourth plane that was involved in the September 11 terrorist attacks?

Question 24

What's the name of the person who killed Martin Luther King Jr.?

Martin Luther King Jr. is celebrated as one of the most influential figures of the Civil Rights Movement. He was revered for the way he advocated non-violence and helped with orchestrating a number of advancements toward racial equality. From his acts of non-violence to his iconic "I Have A Dream..." speech outside of the Lincoln Memorial, it seems like the world lost an amazing soul that could've done so much more had he not been assassinated. What's the name of the person who killed Martin Luther King Jr.?

Question 25

What was the formal name of the National Prohibition Act?

With the United States containing so many bars and nightclubs throughout the states, it's interesting to think that there was a time when drinking alcohol was illegal. During the period prior to 1920, the United States seemed to be in turmoil regarding how alcohol was perceived to be chipping away at the morality of the American family. With pressure from organizations like the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, a law was passed to make it illegal to consume or produce alcohol. What was the formal name of the National Prohibition Act?

Question 26

What year did women finally earn the right to vote in the United States?

While people often think of important dates in American history with regard to the Civil War and the moment that slavery was abolished, it's important to note that there are a number of significant moments in history regarding women's rights as well. Women weren't afforded the same sorts of rights as men were for quite some time, and it's interesting to know the actual date when women were even afforded the right to vote. What year did women finally earn the right to vote in the United States?

Question 27

Where was JFK assassinated?

For those who were alive during the time when John F. Kennedy was President of the United States, they can remember the moment in history when it was announced that he had been shot. This was a moment in history when everyone remembers where they were and what they were doing at that time. Almost everyone has seen the infamous video that depicted the actual shooting in the Presidential motorcade. It was heartbreaking and has been the topic of controversy over the alleged killer, Lee Harvey Oswald. Where was JFK assassinated?

Question 28

What was the name of the archduchess of Austria who married Louis-Auguste of France?

While there have been a number of controversial figures throughout the history of France, none was as divisive as the Archduchess of Austria in 1770. She was married to the heir to the French throne at the time, Louis-Auguste. He later became the King of France, which thrust the duchess into the spotlight. She was known for creating scandal through her personal exploits and for the controversial statements she allegedly made regarding the starving people of France. What was the name of the archduchess of Austria who married Louis-Auguste of France?

Question 29

What's the name of the Civil War battle that had the largest number of casualties?

While there's been constant talk of the civil unrest in the United States in recent years, nothing compares to the actual American Civil War that broke apart America during the presidential reign of Abraham Lincoln. Stories of the unrest during that era are still told today, with some of the most heartbreaking tales being about brother vs. brother and love stories that were torn apart. What's the name of the Civil War battle that had the largest number of casualties?

Question 30

What's the name of the other female judge on American Idol during Season 9?

While there were a number of years of American Idol where every single judge was the same with each new season, it wasn't long before the showrunners decided to throw in some fresh new faces. From Ellen DeGeneres to Mariah Carey, it seemed like they kept trying to introduce new celebrities in order to capture a certain magical chemistry that would be perfect for the show. What's the name of the other female judge on American Idol during Season 9?

Question 31

What was the name of this artificial Earth satellite?

There was a time in the world when space exploration was a huge focus and completely dominated the thoughts of people all over the globe. In what later became known as the Space Race, it seemed like the United States and Russia were always battling one another in their pursuit to conquer the realm of space and what lies beyond our own atmosphere. The Soviet Union seemed to have a head start when it first created and successfully launched the first artificial Earth satellite. What was the name of this artificial Earth satellite?

Question 32

What's the name of the character that Malcolm-Jamal Warner portrayed on The Cosby Show?

The Cosby Show has come under fire in recent years because of the highly controversial sex scandal involving Bill Cosby. While Bill Cosby was once thought of as one of the most revered and popular comedians and actors in Hollywood, his sex scandal completely changed his persona. The Cosby Show was once thought of as a great portrayal of an African American family on television, but it's since been pulled from television because of the Bill Cosby scandal. What's the name of the character that Malcolm-Jamal Warner portrayed on The Cosby Show?

Question 33

What's the nickname that Holly Madison called Hugh Hefner in The Girls Next Door?

Prior to the premiere of the reality series The Girls Next Door, Hugh Hefner had already created a persona in Hollywood as the man who was constantly surrounded by a harem of women. He was often seen on the red carpet with a plethora of blondes on his arm. Yet, it was The Girls Next Door reality series that really showed off his personal relationships with the women in his life. What's the nickname that Holly Madison called Hugh Hefner in The Girls Next Door?

Question 34

What was the name given to this catastrophic event in Russian history?

While the British monarchy seems to be the most beloved family throughout the world, it's important to note that not all monarchies have stood the test of time. The Russian monarchy is one that wasn't able to maintain the love of the people, which is a huge reason why it ultimately came to fall. One of the events that led to this occurred in 1905 when Father Georgy Gapon led a group of unarmed demonstrators through St. Petersburg, Russia and was fired upon by the soldiers of the Imperial Guard. What was the name given to this catastrophic event in Russian history?

Question 35

How many wives did Henry VIII have in total?

Henry VIII was one of the most controversial but interesting rulers throughout England's history. There have been a number of films and television shows that have referenced this incredible era in world history. This is one of the reasons why The Tudors was such a hugely popular series on television. While people may not have agreed with the love life of Henry VIII, it did make for interesting times and an amazing storyline for film and television. How many wives did Henry VIII have in total?

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