1. Romeo comes from this Verona family
2. A paraplegic Marine heads to the moon Pandora in this 2009 film
3. Named for an 18th c. scientist, it'll be back near our solar system when you're in your 60s
Answer: Haley's Commet
4. This observance takes place every April 22; the first one was in 1970
Answer: Earth Day
5. The name of this state capital contains 3 words, one a body of water
Answer: Salt Lake City
6. This nation is the main setting for the "Hunger Games" trilogy
Answer: Panem ?
7. The 3-letter word for this animal can also mean to intimidate someone
8. He wrote the "Hallelujah Chorus" for his work "Messiah"
Answer: George Frideric Handel
9. Though revised, French civil law is still largely based on the code he enacted in 1804
10. Kristen Bell narrates this series that's set in New York City
Answer: Gossip Girl
11. A soldier's "about face" involves a turn of this many degrees
12. The highest peaks in Peru are part of this range
Answer: Andes ?
13. A gold coin once used in Great Britain, or the chief of state in a monarchy
14. His whale of a successful writing career began with an 1846 novel about Polynesian life
Answer: Herman Melville
15. In 2009 there was a Van Halen version of this Activision game
Answer: Guitar Hero?
16. It's the museum where you'll find "Liberty Leading the People" by Eugene Delacroix
Answer: Louvre ?
17. Autumn leaves turn color as shorter days & cooler nights cause the breakdown of this chemical
Answer: Chorophyll ?
18. The first of these was authorized in 1790, "for the enumeration of the inhabitants of the United States"
19. This war ended in 1975
20. Appropriately this last name of Lucius & others includes the French word for "evil"
21. A mosaic needs this cement-like mortar between the pieces, just like in a tiled bathroom
22. The "Moho" is the boundary between the earth's crust & this layer
23. This city of 350,000 people is about 10 miles south of the confluence of the Mississippi & Missouri rivers
Answer: St. Louis
24.In Genesis Esau is this patriarch's hairier brother
25. She spent almost every day of her life, 1830-1886, in Amherst, Massachusetts
Answer: Emily Dickinson
26. Born Katheryn Hudson, this singer changed her name to avoid confusion with actress Kate Hudson
Answer: Katy Perry
27. This candy bar is "packed with roasted peanuts, nougat, caramel and milk chocolate"
Answer: Snickers ?
28. Meaning "double point", the German Doppelpunkt refers to this mark of punctuation
29.Simon, Jack, Piggy
Answer: Lord of the Fliest
30. In 1981 he settled in for a while as leader of Egypt
Answer: Hosni Mubarak
31. This big rodent represents industry & activity on Toronto's coat of arms
32. Cyprus is in this sea
33. Dictionaries commonly describe "the" as "the definite" this
34. This Broadway musical features the Green Day songs "Holiday" & "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
Answer: American Idiot (musical)
35. A girl who had her appendix out in a French hospital run by nuns was the inspiration for this title character
36.This sharpshooter starred in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show for over 16 years
Answer: Annie Oakley
37. Dolly, this type of animal, was the first mammal created by cloning
38. This, the oldest postseason college bowl game, was first played in Pasadena Jan. 1, 1902
Answer: Rose Bowl
39. This man laid the cornerstone of the U.S. Capitol in 1793
Answer: George Washington
40. This 7-letter verb means to forward something on Twitter
41. This Charles Dickens work takes place partly during the French Revolution
Answer: A Tale of Two Cities
42. This fabric pattern of numerous round spots was first used in the 19th c. & is named for a Bohemian dance
Answer: Polka Dots
43. In area it's the smallest New England state
Answer: Rhode Island
44.This organization that safeguards animals was founded in 1866
45. Atomic number 17, it's a poisonous gas that's used (carefully) to purify water
46. He's 15 years younger than wife Demi Moore
Answer: Ashton Kutcher
47. St. Vladimir's is the title educational institution in this Richelle Mead series
Answer: Vampire Academy ?
48. This people built the mighty city of Tenochtitlan where Mexico City now stands
49. This philosopher & author of many dialogues left Athens after the death of his friend Socrates
50. "Cretaceous" & "lactescent" are fancy ways of describing this color
Answer: White?? Chalk????
I am 16 and took it...and did pretty bad. I figure I got about 19 right. Anyway, here are the questions and the answers that I knew/looked up afterwards. Most should be right, but ones with ?? I wasn't sure on. Good luck on getting on the show.