Personality Quizzes

Learn something new about you with these personality quizzes

Don't worry; unlike those pop quizzes teachers used to give you in high school, there's no need to study for our fun and interactive personality quizzes. Simply pick a subject (or two! or three!) that interests you, answer a few short questions and learn something about yourself that you may have not known before. What are you waiting for? Get started now.

  1. Summer Quiz

    Summer Fun Quiz“Summer afternoon – summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.”

    American author Henry James was certainly fond of summer. Who can blame him? Days are longer, the weather is warmer, and we gain a sense of freedom we wish could last forever. Even as we get older and our summer days are filled mostly with work, we still find time for adventure – trips to the beach, cookouts, campfires, hiking, biking, fishing or catching fireflies.

    Make your summer even better, with tips on staying safe and saving money by following the Gerber Life blog. For now take a moment for our summer quiz and see if your knowledge of summer is scorching hot or cold and rainy:

    1.    Which holiday unofficially signals the end of the summer season in the United States: Memorial Day, Independence Day or Labor Day?

    2.    The musical group Katrina and the Waves had a hit song in 1985 called: Boys of Summer; Walking on Sunshine; Summer Nights or Summertime Blues?

    3.    Summer Sanders won an Olympic gold medal in which sport: archery, soccer, swimming or diving?

    4.    Only two U.S. cities have average summer temperatures at or above 90°F: Las Vegas and Dallas; Austin and Dallas; Las Vegas and Phoenix or Phoenix and Dallas?

    5.    In 1966, which singer hit the charts with a song called Summer Wind: Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Otis Redding or Glen Campbell?

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  2. Mother’s Day Quiz

    Mother’s Day QuizIn the United States, Mother’s Day has become as American as, well, the apple pies that some moms bake. Believe it or not, that wasn’t always the case. Up until 1914, when this special day was designated a national holiday, there was no official celebration to honor moms. Of course, families didn’t need the government’s stamp of approval to make mom feel special, but Mother’s Day certainly is a great reminder for sons, daughters and families to honor these special women. Take our Mother’s Day Quiz to see if you’re as smart as your mother always said you were.

    1. Which President designated Mother’s Day as a national observance: Woodrow Wilson, Herbert Hoover or Calvin Coolidge?
    2. Mother’s Day is celebrated on which day: the first Sunday in May, the second Sunday in May or the third Sunday in May?
    3. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, how many women in the U.S. are mothers: 44.6 million, 82.5 million, or 136 million?
    4. How old was Satyabhama Mahapatra, the oldest woman to give birth, when she had her first and only child: 65, 70 or 75 years old?
    5. Which TV mom said, “You can never raise a hand to a child. Just stop cutting the crust off their sandwiches. They’ll get the message.”: Marion Cunningham (Happy Days), Marge Simpson (The Simpsons) or Jill Taylor (Home Improvement)?
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  3. Happy Thanksgiving Quiz!

    Thanksgiving Family Holiday

    Before you begin reading the articles in our Blog about Thanksgiving, take a moment to see how much you know about  the holiday. Here are 5 questions to test your knowledge:

     

    1. Which U.S. President officially set aside the last Thursday of November as the national day for Thanksgiving?
    2. The annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade began in what year – 1911, 1920 or 1939?
    3. The average weight of a turkey purchased for Thanksgiving is how many pounds – 15, 17 or 19?
    4. The holiday shopping season traditionally begins on the day after Thanksgiving. What is the name of that day?
    5. What percentage of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day – 71, 81 or 91 percent?

    And let’s ask one more question: Who can have a happier, healthier and truly thankful Thanksgiving by reading the articles in our Blog?

    Answers:

    1. Abraham Lincoln
    2. 1920
    3. 15
    4. Black Friday
    5. 91
    6. You
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