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Philippine History Quizzes & Trivia

Did you know in which century Islam first emerged in the Philippines? In what year did Spain officially colonize the Philippines? Or, from what year did America rule the islands? Take these online Philippine history quizzes to know and learn more exciting facts.
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This is a comprehensive practice exam for a Philippine History book. It should show you the areas that you need to study more on. This test consists of up to 90 important questions. So, sit relaxed and take your time and good...

Questions: 90  |  Attempts: 27126   |  Last updated: Dec 1, 2020
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    Which of the following was not a reform sought from the Spanish government by the propagandists?

The Philippines was named in honor of King Philip II of Spain. The people that inhabit this place have a fascinating culture, some not forgotten from the olden days. How conversant are you with their great history and...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 14248   |  Last updated: Dec 24, 2020
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    How many ships did Ferdinand Magellan use during his voyage that eventually found the Philippines?

Enhance your knowledge on the history of Philippines with this quiz. It will give you a gist of the historical facts related to the Southeast Asian country of the Philippines. The country comprises of more than 7000 islands and...

Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 2768   |  Last updated: Dec 15, 2020
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    Who founded the la Liga Filipina?



Questions: 90  |  Attempts: 1021   |  Last updated: Dec 24, 2020
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    Which of the following was not a reform sought from the Spanish government by the propagandists?

It’s another day, and it’s time for yet another exam on the Philippines' history. Once again, it’s your turn to tell us about the country's origins and how it came to be, as we’ll be asking you...

Questions: 12  |  Attempts: 1141   |  Last updated: Dec 28, 2020
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    The Philippine Commission suppressed Filipino nationalism during the early years of American occupation through the:
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