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See how you stack up against these 50 questions! I got 32 out of 50 right and should have gotten about a dozen of the wrong ones correct, after seeing the answer. The results said I should have a Bachelors degree based on my answers. Close, but not quite! Take your time and read the questions carefully...

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35 of 50. I guess I can expect that master's degree in the mail any day now.

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40 out of 50. Missed some I shouldn't have and got some I took a SWAG at. I do have a BBA.

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43/50. I always hated Shakespeare.
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Ya'll are doing really well! Like jopizz, I will be looking for, in my case, my Bachelors degree in the mail to replace my Associates Degree in Computer Operations & Management. That degree kept me employed for some 20+ years (10 at Datapoint Corp) and about 12 at the U. Of Texas At San Antonio, as the University Mainframe Manager until I retired back in January 2001 for the final time.
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Ok, move over, Professor Goulet. I'm standing by my mailbox WITH my cap and gown on, after THESE results:

"Amazing! Are you a professor? If not, you may want to consider a career change."

I have to confess (or profess), some of the pictures gave good clues (except for that d a m n a b l e pen). They showed the 'eye' of Jupiter for the moons, then a red planet (which could only mean 'rust' to a restorer) etc.

I took issue with some of the answers like phylo-. It doesn't mean LOVE at all (at least in my book). It means, a tribe or race; a kind of people, or a kind of thing.
e.g. A Philodendron is a large genus of flowering plants, or a Philco is a kind of Ford radio. - Dave
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Yeah I didn't get hat phylo thing either
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Well the vote is in on my survey results


Maybe not so much partying in college next time, huh?
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A Bachelor's degree isn't too bad I guess 34/50.

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35 out of 50 but as a bonus, i guessed a couple!
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