Remember the time of examination hall. What is your opinion about subjective type questions and objective type questions? I think, majority of the students like objective type questions. The reason is that, these objective type questions demand thorough study of whole coarse work for their preparation and also easy and less time-taking in the examination hall. On the contrary, for preparation of subjective type questions, you must have to do cramming and to attempt these questions; you need lot of time as well. There are many types of objective type questions like MCQs or multiple choice questions, fill in the blanks and true/false etc. among all these options, the most feasible and interesting style is MCQS. The reason is that, MCQs have some options and you have no need to do cramming like subjective type questions. Here are some trivia type multiple choice questions. Just try to attempt them and fill the colors in your boring time.
Q1. Which famous twentieth century artist painted "100 Cans" (Pop Art)?
a. Andy Warhol
b. Roy Lichtenstein
c. Piet Mondrian
d. Jeff Koons
Q2. What color was used for boys in 1900's?
Q3. What is Barbie's full name?
A. Barbara Ann Roberts
B. Barbara Ann Robertson
c. Barbara Millicent Roberts
Q4. A baby is born with all the following reflexes, except...
A. The ability to swim
B. Understanding foreign language
D. Grasping a finger
Q5. With which 20th century art movement were Salvador Dali, René Magritte, and André Breton associated?
Q6. When we normally speak of the "abs", which muscle are we referring to?
a. Rectus Abdominus
b. Latissimus Dorsi
c. Pectoralis Major
Q7. How heavy was the heaviest baby ever born?
A. 15 pounds 5 ounces
B. 30 pounds
C. 21 pounds 4 ounces
D. 23 pounds 12 ounces
E. 17 pounds 2 ounces
F. 26 pounds 1 ounce
Q8. What color were the first Barbie's eyes?
Q9. Let's go on a diet! What is the best way to lose weight effectively?
a. Cut out in-between meal snacks
b. Eat 3 square meals a day.
c. Eat frequent small meals every 3 hours or so.
d. Skip breakfast
Q10. The term "collage" is derived from a French word meaning ...
a. Paste Up
c. To Cut