College Life Quiz

Do you know the difference between the Big Ten and the Freshman Fifteen?

Quiz

Do you know the difference between the Big Ten and the Freshman Fifteen?

1. "AP" stands for:

  • Astute People.
  • Advanced Placement.
  • Ability Potential.

2. Greek life refers to:

  • The social habits of international students.
  • The required intellectual stamina for college work.
  • Fraternities and sororities.

3. The Big Ten refers to:

  • The average number of pounds first-year college students gain.
  • Ten (but actually now 11) large universities, mostly in the midwest known for their athletic teams -- and their fans!
  • The total number of courses required to fulfill a major.

4. The Seven Sisters are:

  • A union of women's colleges that formed in 1915: Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke, Radcliffe (now coed), Smith, Vassar (now coed), and Wellesley.
  • The seven largest sororities in the USA.
  • The less-famous siblings of Snow White's dwarfs.

5. Which of these is not an Advanced Placement subject?

  • Art.
  • Government & Politics.
  • Religion.

Your Results:

1. "AP" stands for:
Advanced Placement.

2. Greek life refers to:
Fraternities and sororities.

3. The Big Ten refers to:
Ten (but actually now 11) large universities, mostly in the midwest known for their athletic teams -- and their fans!

4. The Seven Sisters are:
A union of women's colleges that formed in 1915: Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke, Radcliffe (now coed), Smith, Vassar (now coed), and Wellesley.

5. Which of these is not an Advanced Placement subject?
Religion.

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