Swim Quizzes & Trivia

Do you have what it takes to be the next big thing in sports? Are you the biggest sports fan ever? Why not find out the answers to all of these by taking one of the Swim quizzes online?

You'd be amazed by the things you know and the things you learn. Test yourself and share these Swim quizzes with your friends and peers to find out who the real champ is!

You can prepare for an upcoming test, simply keep yourself updated or even get insights into creating awesome questions with these Swim quizzes.

A quiz to determine whether or not you know the basic teaching principals put forth by Swim Venture.

Questions: 54  |  Attempts: 205   |  Last updated: Dec 26, 2012
  • Sample Question
    Which of the following skills denote a level 1 student?

Water Systems DVD question

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 103   |  Last updated: Jan 9, 2013
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    The name of the river featured in the DVD is the following.

You will weather be a family guy,futurama,simpsons,or an american dad character.you dont want to be tobi.

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 68   |  Last updated: Jan 16, 2013
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    If somebody you loved died what would you do

 Take this quiz to find out what swim suit you should wear. 

Questions: 6  |  Attempts: 26   |  Last updated: Jan 25, 2013
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     What's your personality? 

This quiz will test you on your knowledge of these to acronyms: PDQBALLS and BSABESAFE. Please take the quiz honestly and please do not cheat.

Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 19   |  Last updated: Jan 11, 2013

Swim Questions & Answers

What is the order of an IM?
Fky, Back, Breast, Free
Which of the following are ways to prevent nose diving?
1. pop up quickly-2. get all of your weight to the back of the board-3. turn your board across the face of the wave-get all of your weight to the back of the board.if you are still working on your quick pop-up, the easiest way to prevent a nose dive
How are parents expected to interact during a pre-school lesson?
They should be sitting in view of the child during the lesson, but not interacting in the lesson.