Those Who Do Not Study History Are Doomed To Repeat It.

Which of these ancient cities was the home to the Hanging Gardens?

Which of these ancient cities was the home to the Hanging Gardens?

Who was the Supreme Allied Commander in World War II?

Who was the Supreme Allied Commander in World War II?

The wars between the Romans and Carthaginians were called the:

The wars between the Romans and Carthaginians were called the:

Which of these wars cast a shadow over the entire 19th century?

Which of these wars cast a shadow over the entire 19th century?

Which of these 18th century events created the political spectrum as we know it today?

Which of these 18th century events created the political spectrum as we know it today?

Which of these assassinations sparked The Great War?

Which of these assassinations sparked The Great War?

Which English King ascended the throne in the Glorious Revolution?

Which English King ascended the throne in the Glorious Revolution?

Which was the first imperial dynasty in China?

Which was the first imperial dynasty in China?

Which of these events signified the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate in Japan?

Which of these events signified the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate in Japan?

The Taj Mahal in India was built by which Empire?

The Taj Mahal in India was built by which Empire?

Which African empire fought back against the British during its attempt to colonize?

Which African empire fought back against the British during its attempt to colonize?

Who discovered North America before Christopher Columbus?

Who discovered North America before Christopher Columbus?

Can You Pass Advanced World History 201?

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    You Will Definitely Pass Advanced World History 201! According to your answers, you have more than enough knowledge of world history and culture to pass this course. The proof of your study is self-evident; you are a student of history eager to learn more and more about the world our ancestors lived in. The great mysteries of the past have led us to the great discoveries of the future. You share a dynamic tradition of learning which has confounded and enlightened many before our time, and surely, many more to come afterwards.
  2. You got: Nicely Done! You Will Pass!
    You Will Pass Advanced World History 201! According to our team of experts, you have amassed plenty of knowledge to pass this advanced course. You have realized a great truth in this world: that our history is imperative to understand our present and our future. Black or white answers tend to give only half-truths and fables which, while popular, fail to account for the whole of an event. History is written by the victors, and the history of this course will be positive, as you are its victor. As John Green likes to say, "Stupid truth, always resisting simplicity."
  3. You got: Hmm... You Might Not Pass!
    You Might Not Pass Advanced World History 201! According to your answers, you may not have studied hard enough to pass this advanced course. World History is an intense subject, covering everything and everyone from the building of the Pyramids to the creation of the European Union, and far more. It includes politics, economics, military, and architectural history all wrapped up into one beautiful burrito of history. You hold all the power and knowledge within you to master the material has to offer, and much more!
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    You Actually Won't Pass Advanced World History 201! According to our team of experts, you have not studied enough or amassed enough knowledge to pass this course. With all of the subjects that go into world history, it can be a staggering feat to comprehend. We all know at least something of the world, but whether or not that is enough to pass this course is up to you. While you may not be ready in the present, the beauty is that you have plenty of time to study and retake this course in order to pass this class with flying colors!

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