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Earth History Quizzes & Trivia

History is a fascinating subject, but it doesn't only deal with changes to the way that we live, and the cultures that have populated our world. There is also the history of the planet itself to consider, and Earth history can tell us a lot about the beginnings of civilization and what may come in the future.

If you find the development of our planet endlessly amazing, then you'll really enjoy challenging yourself with our Earth history quizzes. What is the study of Earth history more commonly known as? Approximately how many billions of years ago did our planet form? When did the continents as we know them form? We have lots of quizzes, so can you make history by getting all the questions right?
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Chapter 6 test over the history of life on earth. Sections 6.1, 6.2, 6.3 out of 7th grade Life Science textbook.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 1836   |  Last updated: Jan 2, 2013
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        According to the fossil record, the first multicellular organisms were

What do you know about the earth’s history? Would you be able to pass this quiz? This quiz will inquire about which layer of the planet is the coolest, when the Precambrian Eon began and ended, the group of fossils found...

Questions: 35  |  Attempts: 113   |  Last updated: May 19, 2021
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    A very large, circular impact crater beyond the east coast of Mexico is believed to be approximately 65 million years old. This impact is inferred to be related to 


Questions: 38  |  Attempts: 972   |  Last updated: Feb 5, 2013
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    The theory of geology that states that changes in Earth's appearance happen at a slow and gradual pace that has been the same all throughout Earth's history is known as:

Earth History Unit Pre-Assessment (Earth Science Regents)

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 85   |  Last updated: Jan 21, 2013
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    A very large, circular impact crater beyond the east coast of Mexico is believed to be approximately 65 million years old.  This impact is inferred to be related to (Standard 1.2d):

Earth History Unit Post-Assessment (Earth Science Regents)

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 85   |  Last updated: Jan 22, 2013
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    A very large, circular impact crater beyond the east coast of Mexico is believed to be approximately 65 million years old.  This impact is inferred to be related to (Standard 1.2d):
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