Quizzes, Quizzes, and More

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        ☺ Fun with a serious edge. ☺

  • Can you catch plague just by standing next to someone who has it?
  • How many inches of concrete do you need between you and radioactive fallout?

The book Who Survives? contains hundreds of questions (and answers) designed to test your survival savvy, while simultaneously teaching you the skills you may lack.

Quiz your family, friends, and coworkers.

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In researching these quizzes, I tried to find info from experts who seemed to know what they were talking about, as opposed to the other kind. And I aimed to get multiple confirmations of the facts I’ve included.

Sources I used included Cresson Kearny’s Nuclear Survival Skills, The U.S. Army Survival Manual, The Red Cross, many guides to biological, chemical, natural, and nuclear disasters, many survival and first aid guidebooks, and interviews with experts.

Rick@Survival-Quiz.com

Basic Survival Quiz

20 Questions to Help You Survive a Disaster

See if you have what it takes for to survive with this Basic Survival Quiz.

basic survival quiz

Survival Quiz designed the questions to help you learn the skills you need to survive.

After you test yourself with the Basic Survival Quiz, read the Basic Survival Guide.

Then get your family, friends, and others to become better prepared for a disaster.

Wikipedia – Survival skills:

“Survival skills are techniques a person may use in a dangerous situation (e.g. natural disasters) to save themselves or others. These techniques are meant to provide basic necessities for human life: water, food, shelter, habitat, the ability to think straight, to signal for help, to navigate safely, to avoid unpleasant interactions with animals and plants, and cure any present injuries. Survival skills are often basic ideas and abilities that ancient humans have used for thousands of years…”

Men’s Fitness – 12 Outdoor Survival Skills Every Guy Should Master:

Men’s Fitness says survival skill #2 is building a shelter. “Not surprisingly, hypothermia is the number one outdoor killer in cold weather. That means a well-insulated shelter should be your top priority in a prolonged survival situation…”




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