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Challenge your team to answer our best questions -- the ones that decided the National Academic Championships from 1994 to 2014.
We use over 6,000 questions each year at the National Academic Championship. We've selected the best 1,200 from each year for your use in team practices.
The booklets each contain 12 sets of 100 questions in Questions Unlimited's copyrighted, four-quarter format. Each set has four rounds:
At a price of only $80 per set of 1,200 questions, it's our best question value ever!
These volumes have become the most popular in our 35-year history. The questions were not written to be time-sensitive so, although you may want to start by ordering the most recent volume(s), the earlier volumes, written in the 1990s, will be over 95% up to date.
Practice Toss-up Sets
Practice toss-up questions come in sets of 70 questions covering a wide range of academic subjects, including history and literature, math and science, current events and the arts.
We offer more than 350 practice sets, and we keep careful records so that your school receives different sets each time it orders. With our volume discount, the price is as low as $5.00 per practice set if you order 20 or more sets at a time, and you receive two free sets with your first order of the year!
Practice 60-Seconds Sets
Practice 60-seconds rounds are available in nine booklet volumes. Each volume contains 100 rounds -- 1,000 questions total -- for $70. Each round contains 10 questions on a related subject, meant to be answered in a minute or less.
Five Practice Bonus Question Sets are available. Each set contains 60 four-part National Academic Championship-style bonus series. That's 240 total questions. Each set costs $25
A volume of 1016 questions (400 tossups and 154 four-part bonuses) for only $65.
A volume of 1017 tossup questions for $65.
350 Bonus Questions for $65.
The style is Pre-Raphaelite.
The artist is John Millais. Name a Shakesepearean character and you've given me the title of this painting.
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This is a photograph of a performance by Ballet Folklorico, an ensemble from what country?
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The powerful classicism of this painting derives less from 15th century Florentine painting than from studies of what other form of art?
You're looking at Michelangelo's painting of The Holy Family.
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