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Do you have enough general knowledge to pass this fiendish IQ test?

Do you think you can get a perfect score on this general knowledge quiz? 

Created for the US-based trivia platform Quizly, the 20-question challenge is so tricky that its creators claim only 'walking encyclopedias' will get a perfect score. 

You'll need to muster your knowledge of history, sports, biology and chemistry in order to pass and get a perfect score.

So do you think you have what it takes? Have a crack at the questions below and check the answer sheet at the bottom to see how your fared!  

Created for the US-based trivia platform Quizly, the 20-question challenge is so tricky that its creators claim only 'walking encyclopedias' will get a perfect score

1.

 1. Uranus

2. Mars

3. Jupiter

4, Saturn

2.

1. Hydrogen

2. Carbon

3. Chlorine

4. Oxygen

5. Copper

6. Lead

3.

1. Indian

2. Korean

3. Japanese

4. Chinese

4.

1. Spearmint

2. Pennyroyal

3. Peppermint

4. Apple mint

5.

1. Seaweed

2. Soy sauce

3. Rice

4. Raw fish

6.

1. Premium blender

2. Small baking dish 

3. Stirring spoon

4. Heat resistant pad

7.

 1. The dead 

2. War

3. Fire

4. Luck

5. Fruits of the earth

6. Winds

8.

1. Arizona

2. California 

3. Florida

4. Illinois

9.

 1. Glaucoma

2. Dry eye

3. Hyperopia

4. Nearsightedness 

5. Amblyopia

6. Farsightednessn

10.

1. Chicago White Sox

2. Atlanta Braves

3. Baltimore Orioles

4. New York Yankees  

11.

1. Panama

2. Colombia

3. Chile

4. Argentina

12.

1. Apples

2. Pears

3. Grapes

4. Oranges

13.

1. France

2. Belgium

3. Italy

4. The Netherlands 

14.

1. Maurice Sendak

2. L. Frank Baum

3. A. A. Milne

4. Beatrix Potter

15.

1. Spain

2. Greece

3. Ireland

4. Italy

16. 

1. Cardamom

2. Cumin

3. Peppercorn

4. Nutmeg  

17.

1. Syria

2. Jordan

3. Turkey

4. Iran

18.

1. Australia

2. England

3. Scotland

4. Singapore

19.

1. Clubs  

2. Spades

3. Diamonds

4. Hearts 

20. 

1. Edward of Woodtock

2. Edward of Westminster

3. Edward of York

4. Edward of Carnarvon

Answers 

1. Saturn 

2. Chlorine 

3.  Korean 

4. Spearmint

5. Rice 

6. Small baking dish

7. The dead

8. California

9. Nearsightedness

10. New York Yankees

 11. Colombia

12. Pears

13. The Netherlands

14. L. Frank Baum

15. Greece

16. Nutmeg

17. Jordan 

18. Australia

19. Clubs

20. Edward of Carnarvon

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