Selection Quizzes & Trivia

Ever wondered how much you know about your own different selection? Take these awesome selection quizzes online to learn more about yourself and people. Play these selection quizzes as a party game or binge on them for your own entertainment.

With challenging questions to test your intelligence and questions that will have you in splits, we bet you will be glued to these selection quizzes for hours. These amazing selection online quizzes are perfect for kids, teens, and inquisitive adults too!

Build your knowledge with selection quizzes covering different fields. Think you have a personality? We probably have the quiz to check for it. What's more, you can create new quizzes for personalities that we haven't seen.


In this quiz you will test your knowledge on Darwins theory's as well as the different types of natural selection.

Questions: 6  |  Attempts: 130
  • Sample Question
    Directional selection...

Please comlete all sections of the quiz, there are no trick questions and some questions require more than one answer. There is no pass or fail mark and the score at the end is meaningless. ONCE COMPLETED YOU WILL SEE YOUR...

Questions: 12  |  Attempts: 34
  • Sample Question
    Who encouraged you to apply for the selection weekend?  

Natural selection was started by Charles Darwin where he said that species thrive where the environment favors them and die out where the environment is harsh and unsustainable for them. During the previous unit we studied...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 18
  • Sample Question
    Organisms can express their adaptations during their generation.




Selection Questions & Answers


Which of the following statements about mating behavior and reproduction is NOT true?
For both males and females, the more times they mate, the more offspring they can have. This is the one WRONG answer in the group. Usually, males can up their reproductive success by mating with more females. It often does not benefit females to acq
Disruptive selection.
1. Favours the extreme traits in a population. 2. Favours those individuals who have extreme variations in traits within a population
Directional selection.
1. Favours those individuals who have extreme variations in traits within a population