Top Nervous System Quizzes & Trivia

Do you have nerves of steel or do you let things frequently get on your nerves? Your nervous system is a marvelous manager of your nerves and sends messages and signals around your body, to your spinal cord and to your brain. Ever wondered why a relaxing massage can feel good or why it hurts to touch something hot? Thanks to your nervous system you can interpret and respond to different sensations! Get ready to try out our nervous system quizzes!

Answer questions such as, “What three parts make up the nervous system?” and, “How much does the human brain weigh?” Become a nervous system expert by answering these and other questions. Don’t get on someone else’s nerves, take our quizzes instead!

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  • This is the job of the nervous system.
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  • This is made up of the brain and spinal cord. 
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  • Made up of sensory neurons, clusters of neurons called ganglia and the nerves connecting them to each other and the central nervous system.  
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  • Which of the following causes of fluid volume loss is considered to be Absolute Hypovolemia?
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  • What is the treatment of choice to correct Hypovolemic Shock?
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  • The most common risk factor for cardiogenic shock is anyone who has had open heart surgery.
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  • What is NOT a function of the endocrine System?
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  • What are the signals of the endocrine system?
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  • What does NOT describe the PNS..
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  • These branching structures carry information toward the cell body of a neuron.
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  • The neurotransmitters such as acetylcholine (ACh) are stored within the
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  • What is the name of the space between the axon of one of the neuron and the dendrite of a second neuron?
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