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Trivia Questions



Using my Sparkpoints page to collect points is very helpful. When it comes to answering the trivia questions, it can get discouraging to get so many wrong because some questions I feel are trick questions. If you come across a question you don't want to answer just refresh your page and you'll get a new question. emoticon

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  • Or you can highlight the question, copy it and paste it into your SPARK WEB SEARCH page and get your point for the web search while answering trivia questions. - by RD03875
    I enjoy the trivia and am amazed at how many questions I get wrong. Initially I was upset with myself for not getting straight "A's" on it, but then I realized that it doesn't really matter. If I get it wrong, I've learned something and that's really why I'm here on SP. I don't need to prove to anyone how brilliant I am. IMHO, don't refresh the page to get a question you like. Take a shot at the one staring you in the face and then either learn something new or pat yourself on the back for getting it right! - by IZATRAVELER
  • Wow, JUSTJUSTY and RD03875, I didn't know we could do those things. That'll help me a lot! Thanks. emoticon - by GRANDMABETTY60
    I was search for tips on how to do better on the SparkPeople trivia. Thanks! - by CERULEANTEAR1
    I get frustrated when I research a question, find the same answer in 2 places, one from sparks, answer the question then get it wrong. Everything said it was peaches with most pesticide but you said apples was correct. Silly thing I know but I do not like those kinds of questions. - by EVELLYNB
  • thanks for the info! - by SHERYLP461
  • WOW, that's totally going to help me. I've been feeling *really* dumb some days!! - by GRYPHONQUEST

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