College Life Quiz

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

Quiz

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.

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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