Superstition Quizzes & Trivia

Have you ever found yourself baking up while counting ten steps after a black cat crossed your way? Or dreading the future after stuttering with your right foot? Or even as far as taking a sick day on Tuesday the 13th?

Because these are all common symptoms of the same affliction: superstition. It is the belief in supernatural causality, that one event leads to the cause of another without any natural process linking the two events, such as astrology, religion, omens, witchcraft, and prophecies.

So, if you want to find out if you are crazy or not, take our quizzes on superstition, and find the answers to not only “What superstitious beliefs have a scientific basis?”, “Are there any superstitions about doing a wave during a game?”, and “What is the psychological explanation for superstitions”.

This quiz tests superstition-related vocabulary and conditional sentences.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 32   |  Last updated: Jan 19, 2016
  • Sample Question
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Superstition Questions & Answers

What is a Superstition?
Superstition refers to a belief, that is not based on scientific knowledge or findings, it does not conform with the laws of nature either, but it is believed that it could influence one's life in the future in some mystical or magical ways. This kin
Why does India have so many superstitions?
The reasons for this are very easy to figure out. The huge religious activities in India is one of the reasons why there seem to be so many superstitions in India. India is filled with so many religions, and all of them with different religious belie
Why do people believe in superstitions?
The concept of superstition is something that has been for a long time, and its effects on people, societies are increasing on daily basis. The reason as to why do people believe in superstitions can be narrowed down to ignorance. I've talked to a lo
What percent of Indians are superstitious?
No doubt, India is one of the most superstitious countries in the world, and possibly the number one. And giving a particular percentage of superstitious Indians might seem inaccurate as there are so many conflicting figures for this. However, the pe