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Can You Pass an 8th Grade Test from 1912?

There are 1075 comments on the politix.topix.com story from Aug 13, 2013, titled Can You Pass an 8th Grade Test from 1912?. In it, politix.topix.com reports that:

This exam was taken by middle schoolers in Bullitt County, Kentucky. The real test contained 58 questions and wasn't multiple choice.

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Kunta died

Bowling Green, KY

#1393 Jan 4, 2014
XYZ the chromzones you lack?
Sure

Cecilia, KY

#1396 Jan 4, 2014
Not if u went to LC!!!!
Mee

Cecilia, KY

#1397 Jan 5, 2014
Can u??? The person who started this!?
Bad boy

Portland, TN

#1399 Jan 5, 2014
That stuff is hard
hey

Elizabethtown, KY

#1401 Jan 6, 2014
Not to hard
Noah Webster

La Fayette, KY

#1402 Jan 6, 2014
hey wrote:
Not to hard
You would fail the English part of the test.

The correct phrase is, "Not too hard."
Alamo John

Madisonville, KY

#1403 Jan 6, 2014
Noah Webster wrote:
<quoted text>
You would fail the English part of the test.
The correct phrase is, "Not too hard."
When are going to bust loose with a chorus of "Won't you be my neighbor"? DORK

Since: Jan 14

Apo, AE

#1405 Jan 6, 2014
That depends on the nature of test
jkl

West Liberty, KY

#1406 Jan 6, 2014
Wish me luck.
Yessir

Burkesville, KY

#1408 Jan 7, 2014
That was a piece of cake! NOT
Z Donkey

Tampa, FL

#1410 Jan 8, 2014
Heres to you, kid.
Anonymous

Chester, VA

#1412 Jan 8, 2014
Nothing to it! I must be OLD!
sssssssssss

Princeton, KY

#1413 Jan 8, 2014
ditto
Jay

United States

#1415 Jan 9, 2014
Lol
Bobbyt

Madisonville, KY

#1416 Jan 9, 2014
Yes
jyd

Richmond, KY

#1418 Jan 9, 2014
in 1912 what kind of currency did the u.s. have? did they have presidents then? i bet elvis sounded really good then.
frank

Apollo, PA

#1420 Jan 10, 2014
Nope

Since: Oct 13

United States

#1421 Jan 10, 2014
Who can get this..........7x5+6-3=?

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#1422 Jan 10, 2014
Fooney wrote:
Who can get this..........7x5+6-3=?
3-8 Exacta
Historian

La Fayette, KY

#1423 Jan 10, 2014
jyd wrote:
in 1912 what kind of currency did the u.s. have? did they have presidents then? i bet elvis sounded really good then.
The U.S.A. did not have a standardized national currency in 1912. Today's familiar paper dollar, the Federal Reserve Note, did not come into existence until sometime during World War I, because the Federal Reserve was not created until 1913. Before then, paper money was issued by individual banks, not the government, and it was the obligation of that bank, not the government.

Yes, they had a president. Woodrow Wilson was elected in 1912.

Elvis had not been born.

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