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Great Lakes Quiz

Can you name the 5 Great Lakes of North America?
Last updated: December 06, 2015
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Lake
Lake Erie
Lake Huron
Lake Michigan
Lake Ontario
Lake Superior
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level 70
Dec 6, 2015
Needs less time :)
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level 57
Dec 6, 2015
These are all fast typing quizzes. Anybody get it in 4 seconds or less?
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level 64
Mar 22, 2016
Yep, I had :56 remaining. Helps that I'm a born and bred Michigander.
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level 37
Mar 22, 2016
Easily
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level 61
Feb 9, 2017
I got it in 19 seconds but only because I typoed Michigan and continued on with Erie before realizing the first one didn't take. Had to erase 'em and start the two over.
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level 79
Dec 6, 2015
30 seconds would be plenty.
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level 69
Dec 7, 2015
or 'yellow box option' since there's only 5 answers
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level 65
Mar 22, 2016
yellow box doesn't make sense for a "name all the..." quiz. it only works when you have clues or some way of identifying which one is which.
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level ∞
Dec 7, 2015
Not every quiz has to be hard.
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level 66
Mar 22, 2016
knowledge is not dependant on typing speed, there are plenty of sites on the web for people to speed-type. Jet punk quizzes are about knowledge and learning. it is pathetic to see all the people that base their abilities on how fast they can type.
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level 80
Dec 7, 2015
Did anyone else find it jarring when the blue turned green, and not the yellow. Yes, I know it's obvious why, just very different from other map quizzes.
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level 55
Mar 22, 2016
Yeah.
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level 57
Mar 22, 2016
There is a tiny area that never turns green.
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level 76
Mar 22, 2016
That tiny blue area is Lake St. Clair, not one of (or part of one of) the great lakes.
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level 75
Dec 7, 2015
When I was little, my dad taught me HOMES, though no teacher ever did.
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level 80
Dec 7, 2015
How many of us did it in HOMES order?
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level 60
Mar 22, 2016
How about from west to east? That means, SMHEO.
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level 58
Mar 22, 2016
I did SMHEO
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level 34
Dec 16, 2015
I spent way too long trying to spell Erie. I was like "eerie, eiree...?"
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level 28
Mar 22, 2016
All 5 with 0:52 on the clock. This should be a shorter quiz.
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level 55
Mar 22, 2016
what about lake ohio?
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level 18
Mar 22, 2016
It's a river, not a lake
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level 58
Mar 22, 2016
I finished with 0:54, only because I'm a slow typist. It's a shame that actually challenging quizzes are being snubbed from the front page by these extremely easy 5-second quizzes.
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level 55
Mar 29, 2016
What about this quiz
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level 56
Mar 22, 2016
I hate these tiny American-centric quizzes. Because so many people get 100%, you can get 0 points for only missing one, which is pretty good for a non-American (or non-Canadian in this case).
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level 71
Jul 29, 2016
I'm hoping that you meant 'American' as 'North American', since all but one of these lakes is partly in Canada. Jetpunk is an American website, so some US (or North American) bias is to be expected, I think.
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level 70
Jun 14, 2017
The pleasure of JetPunk is finding out how much you know, and learning things you didn't. If you're so obsessed with what score you wind up with, just cheat. Problem/angst solved.
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level 22
Mar 25, 2016
My 8th grade social studies taught us how the Great Lakes spell HOMES
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level 43
Mar 25, 2016
Born right on Lake Erie and have been here my whole lift :D HOMES ftw!
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level 8
Mar 28, 2016
I'm a slow typer got all had 19 secs left
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level 42
Apr 3, 2016
Being an Aussie and thus having pretty well nothing to do with the lakes, my guiding light is remembering the lyrics to "The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald" by Gordon Lightfoot. Pleased to say that it worked!
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level 70
Jun 14, 2017
Please accept Veronica.
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level 70
Mar 10, 2018
Scroll mode, please?
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level ∞
Mar 10, 2018
Done
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level 12
Apr 30, 2018
I usually do this quiz by the order in which the glaciers receded and in accordance to which minerals supported life concurrent to the sediments which can be found in striation on each lake bed indicicative to the resulting fossils found in modern day archiological discoveries. . . . Naw, I'm just chewing your gum. I paid attention in geography and spat it back out. Big pat on the back for me. Nerds, the lot of youse.
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level 45
Aug 4, 2018
Easy peasy when you live smack between three of them!
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