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Hi everyone! Here is the Literature Quiz, Part 1 on the first 25 works (and their authors) in the NAQT Literature list.

In two weeks, we’ll be offering a quiz on the first 50 works (and their authors) in the list! Yes, it’s a cumulative quiz, probably going to be 15 questions. Your target should be to score 20 out of 30 pts.

Hello everybody, here is the Norse Mythology Quiz that was administered on 1/26.

Since we need work on the humanities, next week, we’ll have a quiz on the first 25 works of literature in this list: You’ve probably read or heard most of them, but in addition to knowing the author, you should be able to briefly summarize the work.

Thanks to a friend from Bellarmine, here is a great resource for practicing the frequency lists! Check out Quizlet for more ways to practice reviewing important topics.

Justin Y. 2014 Mythology/Science Biology/Art
Urvi G. 2014 Mythology/Languages Literature/Religion

Hi everybody,

Here is the expanded/extended version of the Mathematicians + Sculptors Quiz administered on 1/19. The first page contains 18 in-depth questions that pretty much cover all of the entire NAQT mathematicians list, and 10 questions about the sculptors.

Next week we’ll have a quiz on Norse mythology (a surprisingly common topic in QB), so get ready!

Study Assignments

Try to branch out from what you usually do and learn something cool! :)

Vikram S. 2014 Math/Science Music/Literature
Srikar P. 2014 History/Mythology Economists/Sports
Rahul S. 2014 Math/Science Art/Music
Varun M. 2014 Math/Science Architecture/Literature
Andrew W. 2014 History/Math Music/Mythology
Rohith B. 2014 History/Pop Culture Geography/Religion/Philosophers
Stephanie C. 2014 “I don’t know” Literature/Art/Biology
Vikas B. 2014 History/Math/Science Mythology
Ananth S. 2012 “anything” Mythology/Literature
Pranav S. 2013 Mythology/History/”anything” Astronomy
Arihant J. 2012 “I don’t know” Sports/Physics/History
Max I. 2012 History/Astronomy Art
Andrew L. 2013 Math/Science Astronomy/Sports

You can get the most information from frequency lists; other resources will be up soon.

Hi everyone,

First of all, we had the biggest QB meeting (ever?) today!!!!




1. Don’t forget to study mathematicians for next week (and more candy :)

2. Look at the following tournaments and let both me and Mr. Stoll know if you can make it. Check your email, as we may be going to other upcoming tournaments at Stanford, Berkeley, and Bellarmine!

Friday, January 28th through Monday, January 31st 43rd Millard Fillmore Hunt. Held at Woodside High School. Must have AT LEAST 5-10 students. (Non-QB members are OK as well) More information here:
February 12th, 2011 National History Bowl Tournament at UC Berkeley. More like Quiz Kids format than Quiz Bowl, but more information here:
TBD – Some Saturday in the spring Bay Area Puzzle Hunt, Stanford University. Also aiming at around a 10-member team; should be similar to the Millard Fillmore hunt. Examples online here: and more information attached (FAQ.doc)



Our next meeting is on 1/19 in Mr. Stoll’s room. There will be a 20-question quiz on both mathematicians and famous sculptors (, so study those!