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10/6/15 College Jeopardy Auditions

Post by Holocene Hero » Tue Oct 06, 2015 7:46 pm

College boardies unite (all like, three of us) and let's get ourselves hyped for this test coming in...14 minutes? Oh jeez.

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Post by squizzle » Tue Oct 06, 2015 7:58 pm

I'm hyped! I was a little worried that I wouldn't be able to take the test because every time I tried to register for it it the webpage gave me an error. I finally contacted the people at Jeopardy and they just said to make a new account, I did, it worked, and all was copacetic.

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Post by sherder » Tue Oct 06, 2015 8:05 pm

Sorry, no video of the test from me. The countdown got to 0, and nothing happened.

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Post by squizzle » Tue Oct 06, 2015 8:06 pm

sherder wrote:Sorry, no video of the test from me. The countdown got to 0, and nothing happened.
Same thing here.

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Post by wallzy41 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 8:19 pm

All in all, I'm pretty excited about this. I felt the lit questions were a little difficult, but I'm an Early Education major! Anything past a 4th grade reading level is hard! ;)

How do you think you did?

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Post by squizzle » Tue Oct 06, 2015 8:22 pm

Lots of people complaining about problems to Jeopardy on Twitter. They say they are looking into it.

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Post by barandall800 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 8:22 pm

Yeesh, that felt much harder than past tests, but I think I still did pretty well. I got a 26/30 when I took the practice test yesterday, so that's a good sign. Chances are they'll put up the answers pretty soon on the Jeopardy! Facebook page (since that's what they did for the adult test this year).

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Post by justincabeen » Tue Oct 06, 2015 8:27 pm

Yea I also had a ton of problems logging in but finally got it. I felt good that a ton of them were super easy but it is way harder with the rhyme time when you don't have alex's voice to go off.

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Post by justincabeen » Tue Oct 06, 2015 8:28 pm

barandall800 wrote:Yeesh, that felt much harder than past tests, but I think I still did pretty well. I got a 26/30 when I took the practice test yesterday, so that's a good sign. Chances are they'll put up the answers pretty soon on the Jeopardy! Facebook page (since that's what they did for the adult test this year).
Did you come up with anything for the Nfl rhyme time (I'm assuming all the tests are the same)?

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Post by wallzy41 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 8:33 pm

I felt pretty good about most pop culture and the "Pavlovs" but a few of the lit ones tripped me up and I botched a music and art which are both wheelhouse categories for me otherwise.

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Post by Arsenal123 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 8:42 pm

How common was the test not starting?

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Post by squizzle » Tue Oct 06, 2015 9:19 pm

Arsenal123 wrote:How common was the test not starting?
Common enough that it seems to have been a problem on Jeopardy's end.

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Post by barandall800 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 9:39 pm

They just posted on Twitter that there will be a makeup test.

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Post by barandall800 » Tue Oct 06, 2015 10:37 pm

Based on those, 38/50. Whew. (Funny how I got a lower score on that than I did on the adult test this year.)

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Post by Holocene Hero » Tue Oct 06, 2015 10:54 pm

MinnesotaMyron wrote:Reddit has a recap of the Qs:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Jeopardy/comme ... d_answers/
This test absolutely kicked my ass then. 27/50.

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Post by OSXpert » Tue Oct 06, 2015 11:42 pm

Took the test on reddit and got a 37. I eventually got "coach poach," but didn't count it because it took me too long to suss out.

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Post by FutureBankingLawyer » Tue Oct 06, 2015 11:42 pm

I literally just joined today because I'm a college junior, and I've been trying to do this since freshman year. 28/50 for me! :P

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Post by nlw44 » Wed Oct 07, 2015 12:01 am

Does anyone know what the category of #34 is? This is the question, "MENTIONED IN EXODUS 32, WORSHIP OF IT IS SEEN AS AN APOSTASY." The reddit transcriber left it out, and I want to be as complete as possible for my own record. And for anyone who doesn't want to go to reddit, here is my transcript - first box is questions, second is answers

Spoiler
Show
1 – BOOKS & AUTHORS
HE WARNED AGAINST TOTALITARIANISM IN HIS NOVEL “1984.”
2 – CURRENT TV SHOWS
JAMES GORDON WENT AFTER A KILLER NAMED THE OGRE ON THIS SHOW
3 – ASTRONOMY
THE NEAREST STAR TO THE SUN IS IN THE CONSTELLATION NAMED FOR THIS MYTHICAL CREATURE
4 – SEAS
IT’S CONNECTED TO THE ATLANTIC BY THE STRAIT OF DOVER & THE ENGLISH CHANNEL
5 – SELF-EDUCATION
THIS NAME’S “TALKS” INCLUDE SUKI KIM’S “THIS IS WHAT IT’S LIKE TO TEACH IN NORTH KOREA.”
6 – VICE PRESIDENTS
IN 1973 HE BECAME THE SECOND PERSION TO RESIGN THE POSITION OF VICE PRESIDENT
7 – AMERICAN LIT
JOHN STEINBECK SYMBOLICALLY RETOLD THE STORY OF CAIN & ABEL IN THIS NOVEL
8 – CHARITIES
“LIFESAVING BLOOD” IS ONE OF THE 5 KEY SERVICE AREAS OF THIS ORGANIZATION
9 – OPERA
THIS COMPOSER’S “THE BARBER OF SEVILLE” DEBUTED IN 1816
10 – MISCELLANEOUS MEASURES
ONE OF THESE UNITS IS THE SMALLEST AMOUNT OF CHANGE DETECTABLE TO THE HUMAN EAR
11 – RHYME TIME
THE THEFT OF AN NFL SKIPPER
12 – RIVERS
AL-FURAT IS THE ARABIC NAME FOR THIS RIVER THAT FLOWS THROUGH IRAQ TO THE PERSIAN GULF
13 – RAPPERS
THIS RAPPER WAS BORN BEN HAGGERTY IN SEATTLE
14 – BESTSELLERS
IT’S THE FIRST BOOK IN GEORGE R. R. MARTIN’S “A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE” SERIES
15- CHINESE HISTORY
“QUOTATIONS FROM CHAIRMAN MAO” CAME IN A “LITTLE” BOOK OF THIS COLOR
16 – CHEMISTRY
THE SHARING OF AN ELECTRON PAIR BETWEEN 2 ATOMS IS THIS TYPE OF BOND
17 – ART
VAN RIJN WAS THE LAST NAME OF THIS 17TH CENTURY PAINTER BORN IN LEIDEN
18 – ITALIAN FOOD
THE NAME OF THIS SAUCE IS ITALIAN FOR “IN SAILOR’S STYLE”
19 – 5-LETTER WORDS
THERE’S A “Q” IN THE MIDDLE OF THIS WORD MEANING “TO AROUSE CURIOSITY”
20 – LITERARY NARRATORS
SCOUT FINCH NARRATES THIS CLASSIC NOVEL
21 – RECENT HISTORY
IN JUNE 2013 THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD GOVERNED THIS COUNTRY; IN SEPTEMBER IT WAS BANNED
22 – WORLD CURRENCY
VENEZUELA’S CURRENCY BEARS THE NAME OF THIS “LIBERATOR” OF SOUTH AMERICA
23 – MEMOIRS
THIS MEMOIR BY PIPER KERMAN IS SUBTITLED “MY YEAR IN A WOMEN’S PRISON”
24 – NEWSPAPERS
CHARLES DOW STARTED THIS NEWSPAPER IN 1889, PRIMARILY TO COVER BUSINESS & FINANCIAL NEWS
25 – FRANCE
THE MEDITERRANEAN COASTLINE BETWEEN CANNES IN FRANCE & LA SPEZIA IN ITALY IS CALLED THIS
26 – THE MOVIES
THIS 2015 FILM TOLD THE STORY OF DR. DRE & HIS BANDMATES
27 – ESSAYS
THIS ESSAY BY THOREAU IS SUBTITLED “LIFE IN THE WOODS”
28 – PLANTS
THE MALE REPRODUCTIVE PART OF A FLOWER IS CALLED THIS
29 – ANNUAL EVENTS
FIRST OBSERVED IN 1970 THIS ANNUAL EVENT IS HELD ON APRIL 22 OR THE SPRING EQUINOX
30 – BRITISH MONARCHS
THIS USURPER WAS THE LAST PLANTAGENET & YORKIST KING OF ENGLAND
31 – 20TH CENTURY MUSICS
THIS GERSHWIN PIECE WITH A COLORFUL TITLE IS PERHAPS BEST KNOWN FOR OPENING WODDY ALLEN’S “MANHATTAN”
32 – FLOWERY IDIOMS
TO ADD UNNECESSARY ORNAMENTATION TO SOMETHING IS TO "GILD THE" THIS
33 – LOGOS
DATING TO 1886 THE “TWO HORSE” LOGO OF THIS CLOTHING BRAND IS MEANT TO CONVEY STRENGTH
34 – BIBLICAL ANIMALS
MENTIONED IN EXODUS 32, WORSHIP OF IT IS SEEN AS AN ACT OF APOSTASY
35 – NONFICTION
LAST NAME OF MALCOLM, WHO WROTE THE BESTSELLING NOVEL “OUTLIERS”
36 – THE 50 STATES
THIS STATE IS ON ALABAMA’S NORTHERN BORDER
37 – COLLEGE SPORTS
UCONN’S SPORTS TEAMS HAVE THIS CANINE NICKNAME
38 – WEBSITES
BILL NYE AND ANDY COHEN HAVE DONE AMAS FOR THIS WEBSITE
39 – GEOMETRY
THE HYPOTENUSE IS ALWAYS A FEATURE OF THIS TYPE OF TRIANGLE
40 – BALLET
FRENCH FOR “THROWN,” THIS 4-LETTER TYPE OF JUMP TRANSFERS THE WEIGHT FROM ONE FOOT TO THE OTHER
41 – BEFORE & AFTER
TRUNCATED NAME FOR SANTA, AT THE LAST POSSIBLE MOMENT
42 – FORESTS
THIS FOREST OF SOUTHWEST GERMANY IS KNOWN AS SCHWARZWALD BY LOCALS
43 – COMPANIES
THIS COMPANY LED BY HOWARD SCHULTZ IS NAMED FOR A CHARACTER IN “MOBY-DICK”
44 – WAR & PEACE
128 US CITIZENS WERE AMONG THOSE LOST WHEN THE GERMANS SANK THIS BRITISH OCEAN LINER IN MAY 1915
45 – SHAKESPEARE
PETRUCHIO ACCOMPLISHES THE TITLE ACT IN THIS COMEDY
46 – SCULPTURE
ONE OF RODIN’S MOST FAMOUS PIECES IS “THE GATES OF“ HERE
47 – ANIMALS
NEW WORLD MONKEYS HAVE THIS TYPE OF TAIL, MEANING “ABLE TO GRASP”
48 – ACTORS
ON TV HE PLAYS A MODERN-DAY SHERLOCK HOLMES TO MARTIN FREEMAN’S MODERN-DAY WATSON
49 – EPIC POETRY
THE “ODYSSEY” TELLS THE STORY OF ODYSSEUS, KING OF THIS PLACE
50 – 4-SYLLABLE WORDS
FROM THE LATIN FOR “WITNESS” IT’S WHAT YOU MIGHT BE ASKED TO GIVE IN COURT
Spoiler
Show
ANSWERS
1 – ORWELL
2 – GOTHAM
3 – CENTAUR
4 –NORTH SEA
5 – TED
6 – AGNEW
7 – EAST OF EDEN
8 – RED CROSS
9 – ROSSINI
10 – DECIBEL
11 – COACH POACH
12 – EUPHRATES
13 – MACKLEMORE
14 – GAME OF THRONES
15 – RED
16 – COVALENT
17 – REMBRANDT
18 – MARINARA
19 – PIQUE
20 – TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
21 – EGYPT
22 – BOLIVAR
23 – ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK
24 – WALL STREET JOURNAL
25 – RIVIERA
26 – STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON
27 – WALDEN
28 – STAMEN
29 – EARTH DAY
30 – RICHARD III
31 – RHAPSODY IN BLUE
32 – LILY
33 – LEVI STRAUSS
34 – GOLDEN CALF
35 – GLADWELL
36 – TENNESSEE
37 – HUSKIES
38 – REDDIT
39 – RIGHT TRIANGLE
40 – JETE
41 – SAINT NICK OF TIME
42 – BLACK FOREST
43 – STARBUCKS
44 – LUSITANIA
45 – THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
46 – HELL
47 – PREHENSILE
48 – BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH
49 – ITHACA
50 – TESTIMONY
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Post by MarkBarrett » Wed Oct 07, 2015 11:02 am

nlw44 wrote:Does anyone know what the category of #34 is? This is the question, "MENTIONED IN EXODUS 32, WORSHIP OF IT IS SEEN AS AN APOSTASY." The reddit transcriber left it out, and I want to be as complete as possible for my own record. And for anyone who doesn't want to go to reddit, here is my transcript - first box is questions, second is answers

Spoiler
Show
1 – BOOKS & AUTHORS
HE WARNED AGAINST TOTALITARIANISM IN HIS NOVEL “1984.”
2 – CURRENT TV SHOWS
JAMES GORDON WENT AFTER A KILLER NAMED THE OGRE ON THIS SHOW
3 – ASTRONOMY
THE NEAREST STAR TO THE SUN IS IN THE CONSTELLATION NAMED FOR THIS MYTHICAL CREATURE
4 – SEAS
IT’S CONNECTED TO THE ATLANTIC BY THE STRAIT OF DOVER & THE ENGLISH CHANNEL
5 – SELF-EDUCATION
THIS NAME’S “TALKS” INCLUDE SUKI KIM’S “THIS IS WHAT IT’S LIKE TO TEACH IN NORTH KOREA.”
6 – VICE PRESIDENTS
IN 1973 HE BECAME THE SECOND PERSION TO RESIGN THE POSITION OF VICE PRESIDENT
7 – AMERICAN LIT
JOHN STEINBECK SYMBOLICALLY RETOLD THE STORY OF CAIN & ABEL IN THIS NOVEL
8 – CHARITIES
“LIFESAVING BLOOD” IS ONE OF THE 5 KEY SERVICE AREAS OF THIS ORGANIZATION
9 – OPERA
THIS COMPOSER’S “THE BARBER OF SEVILLE” DEBUTED IN 1816
10 – MISCELLANEOUS MEASURES
ONE OF THESE UNITS IS THE SMALLEST AMOUNT OF CHANGE DETECTABLE TO THE HUMAN EAR
11 – RHYME TIME
THE THEFT OF AN NFL SKIPPER
12 – RIVERS
AL-FURAT IS THE ARABIC NAME FOR THIS RIVER THAT FLOWS THROUGH IRAQ TO THE PERSIAN GULF
13 – RAPPERS
THIS RAPPER WAS BORN BEN HAGGERTY IN SEATTLE
14 – BESTSELLERS
IT’S THE FIRST BOOK IN GEORGE R. R. MARTIN’S “A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE” SERIES
15- CHINESE HISTORY
“QUOTATIONS FROM CHAIRMAN MAO” CAME IN A “LITTLE” BOOK OF THIS COLOR
16 – CHEMISTRY
THE SHARING OF AN ELECTRON PAIR BETWEEN 2 ATOMS IS THIS TYPE OF BOND
17 – ART
VAN RIJN WAS THE LAST NAME OF THIS 17TH CENTURY PAINTER BORN IN LEIDEN
18 – ITALIAN FOOD
THE NAME OF THIS SAUCE IS ITALIAN FOR “IN SAILOR’S STYLE”
19 – 5-LETTER WORDS
THERE’S A “Q” IN THE MIDDLE OF THIS WORD MEANING “TO AROUSE CURIOSITY”
20 – LITERARY NARRATORS
SCOUT FINCH NARRATES THIS CLASSIC NOVEL
21 – RECENT HISTORY
IN JUNE 2013 THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD GOVERNED THIS COUNTRY; IN SEPTEMBER IT WAS BANNED
22 – WORLD CURRENCY
VENEZUELA’S CURRENCY BEARS THE NAME OF THIS “LIBERATOR” OF SOUTH AMERICA
23 – MEMOIRS
THIS MEMOIR BY PIPER KERMAN IS SUBTITLED “MY YEAR IN A WOMEN’S PRISON”
24 – NEWSPAPERS
CHARLES DOW STARTED THIS NEWSPAPER IN 1889, PRIMARILY TO COVER BUSINESS & FINANCIAL NEWS
25 – FRANCE
THE MEDITERRANEAN COASTLINE BETWEEN CANNES IN FRANCE & LA SPEZIA IN ITALY IS CALLED THIS
26 – THE MOVIES
THIS 2015 FILM TOLD THE STORY OF DR. DRE & HIS BANDMATES
27 – ESSAYS
THIS ESSAY BY THOREAU IS SUBTITLED “LIFE IN THE WOODS”
28 – PLANTS
THE MALE REPRODUCTIVE PART OF A FLOWER IS CALLED THIS
29 – ANNUAL EVENTS
FIRST OBSERVED IN 1970 THIS ANNUAL EVENT IS HELD ON APRIL 22 ON THE SPRING EQUINOX
30 – BRITISH MONARCHS
THIS USURPER WAS THE LAST PLANTAGENET & YORKIST KING OF ENGLAND
31 – 20TH CENTURY MUSICS
THIS GERSHWIN PIECE WITH A COLORFUL TITLE IS PERHAPS BEST KNOWN FOR OPENING WODDY ALLEN’S “MANHATTAN”
32 – FLOWERY IDIOMS
TO ADD UNNECESSARY ORNAMENTATION TO SOMETHING IS TO ‘GILD THE’ THIS
33 – LOGOS
DATING TO 1886 THE “TWO HORSE” LOGO OF THIS CLOTHING BRAND IS MEANT TO CONVEY STRENGTH
34 –
MENTIONED IN EXODUS 32, WORSHIP OF IT IS SEEN AS AN ACT OF APOSTASY
35 – NONFICTION
LAST NAME OF MALCOLM, WHO WROTE THE BESTSELLING NOVEL “OUTLIERS”
36 – THE 50 STATES
THIS STATE IS ON ALABAMA’S NORTHERN BORDER
37 – COLLEGE SPORTS
UCONN’S SPORTS TEAMS HAVE THIS CANINE NICKNAME
38 – WEBSITES
BILL NYE AND ANDY COHEN HAVE DONE AMAS FOR THIS WEBSITE
39 – GEOMETRY
THE HYPOTENUSE IS ALWAYS A FEATURE OF THIS TYPE OF TRIANGLE
40 – BALLET
FRENCH FOR “THROWN,” THIS 4-LETTER TYPE OF JUMP TRANSFERS THE WEIGHT FROM ONE FOOT TO THE OTHER
41 – BEFORE & AFTER
TRUNCATED NAME FOR SANTA, AT THE LAST POSSIBLE MOMENT
42 – FORESTS
THIS FOREST OF SOUTHWEST GERMANY IS KNOWN AS SCHWARZWALD BY LOCALS
43 – COMPANIES
THIS COMPANY LED BY HOWARD SCHULTZ IS NAMED FOR A CHARACTER IN “MOBY-DICK”
44 – WAR & PEACE
128 US CITIZENS WERE AMONG THOSE LOST WHEN THE GERMANS SANK THIS BRITISH OCEAN LINER IN MAY 1915
45 – SHAKESPEARE
PETRUCHIO ACCOMPLISHES THE TITLE ACT IN THIS COMEDY
46 – SCULPTURE
ONE OF RODIN’S MOST FAMOUS PIECES IS “THE GATES OF“ HERE
47 – ANIMALS
NEW WORLD MONKEYS HAVE THIS TYPE OF TAIL, MEANING “ABLE TO GRASP”
48 – ACTORS
ON TV HE PLAYS A MODERN-DAY SHERLOCK HOLMES TO MARTIN FREEMAN’S MODERN-DAY WATSON
49 – EPIC POETRY
THE “ODYSSEY” TELLS THE STORY OF ODYSSEUS, KING OF THIS PLACE
50 – 4-SYLLABLE WORDS
FROM THE LATIN FOR “WITNESS” IT’S WHAT YOU MIGHT BE ASKED TO GIVE IN COURT
Spoiler
Show
ANSWERS
1 – ORWELL
2 – GOTHAM
3 – CENTAUR
4 –NORTH SEA
5 – TED
6 – AGNEW
7 – EAST OF EDEN
8 – RED CROSS
9 – ROSSINI
10 – DECIBEL
11 – COACH POACH
12 – EUPHRATES
13 – MACKLEMORE
14 – GAME OF THRONES
15 – RED
16 – COVALENT
17 – REMBRANDT
18 – MARINARA
19 – PIQUE
20 – TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
21 – EGYPT
22 – BOLIVAR
23 – ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK
24 – WALL STREET JOURNAL
25 – RIVIERA
26 – STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON
27 – WALDEN
28 – STAMEN
29 – EARTH DAY
30 – RICHARD III
31 – RHAPSODY IN BLUE
32 – LILY
33 – LEVI STRAUSS
34 – GOLDEN CALF
35 – GLADWELL
36 – TENNESSEE
37 – HUSKIES
38 – REDDIT
39 – RIGHT TRIANGLE
40 – JETE
41 – SAINT NICK OF TIME
42 – BLACK FOREST
43 – STARBUCKS
44 – LUSITANIA
45 – THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
46 – HELL
47 – PREHENSILE
48 – BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH
49 – ITHACA
50 – TESTIMONY
Thank you for the recap. 40/50 for me and I thought that was one of the harder tests I've seen for any level of play. When I can't get a Before & After in 8 seconds then I know my score is going down.

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