# Athena Scholarship Test By Edupromise

26 Questions | Total Attempts: 583  Settings  •Recognition- When students are recognized for their accomplishments it gives them the confidence to pursue other goals. It is very important for students to recognize their own potential early in their academic career so that they foster their growth—receiving recognition from an organization or company helps students take this step……. . • • Distinguish students achievements - Receiving a scholarship indicates that he/she stood out among their peers. The scholarship provider recognized this quality, and it is important that students know see it too. When students apply for colleges or jobs in the future, they have proof that in at least one area they can distinguish themself from other peers. This knowledge will motivate them to challenge them

• 1.
Look at the drawing. The numbers alongside each column and row are the total of the values of the symbols within each column and row. What should replace the question mark?
• A.

23

• B.

25

• C.

28

• D.

32

• 2.
What is the word coiled inside this circle?
• A.

G

• B.

F

• C.

H

• D.

K

• 3.
Which of the figures in the bottom row should logically be in the spot of the question mark in the top row?
• A.
• B.
• C.
• D.
• 4.
What does the resulting cube look like if you fold this cube together?
• A.
• B.
• C.
• D.
• 5.
Which of the below figures can be composed from the loose parts?
• A.
• B.
• C.
• D.
• 6.
Which statement best describes the diagram?
• A.

All Ravs are Zorgs, and some Flumps are Zorgs (value of answer: 0)

• B.

All Zorgs are Ravs, and some Flumps are Ravs (value of answer: 1)

• C.

Some Zorgs are Ravs, and some Flumps are Ravs (value of answer: 0)

• D.

All Flumps are Ravs, and some Zorgs are Flumps (value of answer: 0)

• 7.
The quadrilateral above has four sides, whose lengths are represented by A, B, C, and D.      If we wanted to calculate the area of the quadrilateral, which of the lengths must we know to make the calculation?
• A.

We must know all four. (value of answer: 0)

• B.

We only need to know A and D. (value of answer: 0)

• C.

Any three of them. (value of answer: 1)

• D.

• 8.
Assume the following measurements.  X = 8 feet.  Y = 20 feet. The region 'a' has an area of 40 square feet.   The region 'b' has an area of 65 square feet. What is the area of region 'c'?
• A.

50 square feet

• B.

55 square feet

• C.

It can't be calculated

• D.

75 square feet

• 9.
(Use the Venn Diagram above to answer the question. The black circle represents all Smaugs, the red circle represents all Toogs, and the green circle represents all Ficks.) What does region "d" represent?
• A.

Things that are only Smaugs

• B.

Things that are Smaugs andToogs but not Ficks

• C.

Things that are Toogs and Ficks but not Smaugs

• D.

Things that are Smaugs and Ficks but not Toogs

• 10.
What is the minimum number of toothpicks necessary to spell the word "HAT".  (You are not allowed to break or bend any toothpicks.)
• A.

Seven

• B.

Five

• C.

Eight

• D.

Nine

• 11.
Ralph travels four blocks north, then two blocks east, then three blocks south and finally two blocks west.   How many blocks is Ralph from his starting place?
• A.

Two Blocks

• B.

Three Blocks

• C.

One block

• D.

None

• 12.
Which one of these four symbols is least like the other three?
• A.

A

• B.

C

• C.

B

• D.

D

• 13.
Sales of the company's new cola are through the roof!  It is represented in purple, with 4000 units sold.  The green bar represents the Green Soda, with 3700 units sold.  How much faster will the new soda grow?
• A.

To 4300 units next month

• B.

To 4200 units next month

• C.

To 4550 units next month

• D.

It is impossible to tell with the data given

• 14.
The above piechart represents the results of an election on an alien planet.  The candidate, Hum, won the election, receiving five times as many votes as Yab.  Pip received 30% of all votes.  What percentage of votes did Hum receive?
• A.

58.30%

• B.

60.20%

• C.

Impossible to tell from the data

• D.

54.70%

• 15.
All of these shapes are actually pictures of four different alien life forms.  An alien psychologist was hired to determine which of the life forms was the most normal of the four.  Which do you think was chosen?
• A.

B

• B.

A

• C.

C

• D.

D

• 16.
Which one of the letters does not belong in the following series: D - F - H - J - K - N - P - R
• A.

J

• B.

K

• C.

H

• D.

N

• 17.
Assume that the red and blue blobs are two pieces that form the green blob.  Also assume that the area of the green blob in square centimeters is three times the area of the red blob.  If the area of the green blob is 750 square centimeters, what is the area of the blue blob?
• A.

500 square centimeters

• B.

250 square centimeters

• C.

750 square centimeters

• D.

300 square centimeters

• 18.
Which one of the five is least like the other four?
• A.

Deer

• B.

Shark

• C.

Lion

• D.

Dog

• 19.
NASA received three messages in a strange language from a distant planet. Scientists studied these messages and found that "Floos Beiling Hoomp" means "We come in peace" and "Moog Naline Floos" means "Peace, Love, and Freedom " and "Beiling Boog Vladi" means "In the last hour". What does "Hoomp" mean?
• A.

Freedom

• B.

In

• C.

We come

• D.

Nothing

• 20.
"If some Toogs are Bloogs and all Gleems are Bloogs, then some Toogs are definitely Gleems." This statement is:
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 21.
If you rearrange the letters "TOOKY", you would have the name of a/an:
• A.

Ocean

• B.

City

• C.

Animal

• D.

State

• 22.
The word "racecar" is spelled the same forwards and backwards.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 23.
Mike, six years old, is twice as old as his brother.  How old will Mike be when he is one and a half times as old as his brother?
• A.

7

• B.

9

• C.

8

• D.

12

• 24.
Two of the following numbers add up to seventeen.    6 - 13 - 2 - 12 - 7 - 14
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 25.
If some Toogs are Bloogs and all Gleems are Bloogs, then some Toogs are definitely Gleems." This statement is:
• A.

True

• B.

False

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