National Spelling Bee Trivia Quiz

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National Spelling Bee Trivia Quiz

Sean Conley, a 13-year-old from Shakopee, Minnesota defeated 247 other teenagers to win the Scripps Howard National Spelling Bee. Prove that YOU are as smart as these teenagers by testing yourself on ten of the hundreds of words they had to spell correctly.

Take the National Spelling Bee Trivia Quiz!

Here's how you play:

For each word, you'll see the definition, followed by five different spellings of the word. Just select the correct one.

23% of 874 players got this question wrong, so it is worth 23 points.

Definition: "An alias or a Pen Name"
Which is the correct spelling?

Pseudonim
Pseudonym
Psudonyme
Psuedonym
Tseudonym
If you answer correctly, your score is equal to the the percentage of players who have been wrong on this question so far -- in this case, 23%.

This method of scoring rewards you more for correctly answering tougher questions.

If you're not sure about an answer, take a guess anyway, because there's no penalty for a wrong answer.


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