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Editors: Bruyere, trident, stedman Quiz Search:
1 Hail To The Chief
Here are ten comical or interesting facts about some of the great American presidents. Have fun!
Tough
10 Q
Creedy
Jun 20 12
594 plays
2 Pardon Me, Mr. President
Who received the U.S. Presidential pardon referenced in these hypothetical pardon petitions?
Average
10 Q
amcoffice
Jan 17 11
651 plays
3 Presidential Middle Names
What do you know about the middle names of some United States Presidents?
Easy
10 Q
ikswobukaj
Jan 12 11
1548 plays
4 The Curse of the Presidents
The curse of the presidents is that every president elected every 20 years starting with 1840 has been killed or died while in office. Take this quiz to learn more.
Average
10 Q
Ilona_Ritter
Apr 24 11
1137 plays
5 A President Said That
History has given America some great and some not so great leaders. Test your knowledge about their writings, speeches and senses of humor.
Average
10 Q
Pick61
Aug 22 12
675 plays
6 Mr. President, What's Your Middle Name?
Presidential middle names - what could be more trivial? But there are interesting stories behind some of those names. See how many you know. This quiz starts with more current U.S. presidents and works back in time.
Average
10 Q
SonOfSaradoc
Sep 07 10
792 plays
7 Presidential Life Spans
In this quiz I will not give you the years in office but the birth dates and places as well as the date and place of death of US presidents... but which ones? Please answer first name last name or just last name.
Average
10 Q
StetsonHat
Mar 08 11
546 plays
8 To Date A President
This question will include dates important to some Presidents of the United States.
Average
10 Q
pennie1478
Dec 05 13
672 plays
9 How to Become the Average U.S. President
It may not be easy to become president of the United States of America, but this quiz can help you become just like the average U.S. president. The questions deal with general statistics regarding all presidents.
Average
10 Q
napierslogs
Jun 27 13
810 plays
10 The Line of Succession for the POTUS
As specified by the Constitution of the United States, a line of succession was created should the President be unable to fulfill the duties of the office. Can you name the titles of these high-ranking government officials?
Easy
10 Q
Bladewing10
Sep 24 09
1545 plays
11 Mixed Knowledge 4 - U.S. Presidents
Number 4 of my Mixed Knowledge quizzes. These questions pertain to U.S. presidents only, however.
Tough
10 Q
brittanyxolove
Nov 10 10
933 plays
12 In the line of succession--American style
When we hear about a "line of succession", it always seems to be about the obsession with the British monarchy. This, however, is about the U.S. Presidential line of succession. Some of the answers will likely surprise you. Enjoy.
Tough
10 Q
goodreporter
Jan 29 11
459 plays
13 Obama... Not That Different
While much has been made of the differences President Barack Obama has with his predecessors, there are also some remarkable similarities. I will list a fact about Obama - find the former president it matches.
Difficult
10 Q
parrotman2006
Feb 25 10
591 plays
14 Kennedy and Lincoln: Many Similarities
A quiz about some similarities between the lives of the 16th and 35th American presidents.
Average
10 Q
JasonP87
May 20 14
123 plays
15 How to Become the President of the United States
This quiz is about how some people became President of the United States.
Easy
10 Q
AuroraBoreanaz
Dec 18 13
783 plays
16 So Help Me God
Every president since George Washington has repeated those four words at his inauguration. Let's explore the intersection between US Presidents and religion.
Tough
10 Q
parrotman2006
Feb 23 10
417 plays
17 Ohio, the Mother of Presidents
This quiz is about the four presidents from Ohio who served between the Civil War and the end of the 19th century, these being Ulysses S. Grant (1869-1877), Rutherford B. Hayes (1877-1881), James A. Garfield (1881-1881) and William McKinley (1897-1901).
Average
10 Q
chessart
Feb 10 12
267 plays
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Last Updated Aug 20 14 10:57 AM

Some sample questions from this category:

* First in line for succeeding the President. This person's name also appears on most ballots next to the President's name.
* Second in line for the Presidency. This person is a leader in Congress and part of the Gang of Eight. Nancy Pelosi was the first woman to hold this office.
* Third in line to succeed the President. This person is the second highest ranking member of the Senate and is customarily the most senior Senator of the majority party.
* Fourth in line for the Presidency. This person negotiates with foreign countries and representatives under the orders of the President. John Jay was the first person to hold this office under George Washington.
* Fifth in line for the Presidency. This person is a member of the President's Cabinet and also has a seat on the National Security Council. This person is responsible for creating economic and tax policies for the U.S.


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