Atomic Quiz

Player Rating4.15/8

"#276 overall, #25 for 2006"
based on 176 ratings since 01/05/2006
played 893 times (finished 197)

Story Difficulty4/8

"march in the swamp"

Play Length1/8

"Make sure not to blink"

Maturity Level1/8

"appropriate for all ages"
Stories with this maturity level will not, by design, have any potentially objectionable content. An example of a type story with this rating would be a quiz on mathematics.



Hey there. See how much you know about Atoms. These questions are questions for 8th graders.

(Personally this is a normal quiz and would be considered around a 5 for me)

July 2nd - Get a 0% and get 10 free MAG points from me.  This ends on Sep. 31st, 2006 at 11:59.  Any offers?

Player Comments

It's a perfectly serviceable quiz with a nice variety of questions on the subject.

A few things though:
-->On Question Three, 'Gravitational Force' is misspelled.
-->Changing from ice to water requires overcoming the latent heat of fusion, so energy actually IS required to change states - it's the energy that goes into breaking the intermolecular forces that form the rigid lattice of water molecules in ice.
-- the_quiller on 3/4/2016 5:45:39 PM with a score of 94
Okay quiz. I really appreciate that you don't show the score until the end; not many quiz games on this site do that. I think one thing you could improve is just making your answer choices more distinct from each other... Then again, it might have just been me... I spent two years studying chem in college and still got below average, lol. If this is for eighth graders, well, I guess it explains why I don't have a degree in chemistry.
-- crazygurl on 6/9/2017 9:32:49 PM with a score of 62
A good little quiz! A few ways to improve it would be:
-Possibly make it a little longer, though I suppose that's subjective
-Just look out for some minor spelling errors; I think I saw 'apon' instead of 'upon' in there, for example.
-I wasn't too sure about the ice question, but I'm pretty sure there is energy transfer in ice melting. The temperature stays the same, though, because the energy is being put in to overcome latent heat of melting by breaking hydrogen bonds. May be wrong, but make sure to check the facts
I like it, anyway:) 5/8
-- AzBaz on 5/31/2017 4:50:57 PM with a score of 76
It was a cool and fun quiz... for the moment. The questions we fair and simple.
I liked the part where you included the little 'description' at the end! Anyways, it was more fun than homework... 4/8 Great job!
-- TheSurvivalist on 4/5/2017 4:12:20 PM with a score of 74
Yay! tried again WITHOUT LOOKING AT ANSWERS and got 100%. For the second time, after getting rid of the distracters it was pretty much what just made sense.
-- MoonlightRose on 3/25/2017 1:35:55 PM with a score of 100
I got a 38%. Would be bad except i am only in 5th grade
-- MoonlightRose on 3/25/2017 1:31:04 PM with a score of 38
I got a 46% then again I was in 5th grade last year and I'm skipping 6th because I'm smart so technically I will learn that in my 2017-2018 year
-- Robin3443 on 7/23/2016 12:26:25 PM with a score of 46
I like the concept, although PLEASE FIX YOUR GRAMMMAR.
-- Battalion on 6/16/2016 12:12:24 PM with a score of 90
I knew I should have paid more attention in Grade 8...
-- CurseOfTime on 3/26/2016 12:59:57 PM with a score of 62
I got a lot of mistakes. I forgot a lot about this.
-- Raven47 on 4/15/2015 9:22:24 AM with a score of 30
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