Understanding a wide range of general knowledge and random trivia can have a lot to do with the level of a person's intelligence. After all, it takes real brains to understand and remember various facts about subjects like geography, history, entertainment, pop culture, food, science, animals, sports, English and other languages, and other random areas. Some of the questions that you could come across in this quiz are "What color are emeralds?", "The ram is the symbol of which zodiac sign?", "What is the capital city of Peru?", "Which is the most populous U.S. state?", "What is the heaviest organ in the human body?", "Who was president during the U.S. Civil War?", "Not including Australia, which is the largest island in the world?", "Which fictional city is the home of Batman?", "What mineral is spinach high in?" and "Which is the largest living bird?" These tricky questions are designed to reveal the level of someone's memory and understanding, and consequently, how smart they really are. Some of the other questions that test these things include "Who directed the movie Jaws?", "How many sides does a hexagon have?", "What color is the background on the Japanese national flag?", "What was the Hunchback of Notre Dame's name?", "Mount Everest is found in which mountain range?", "Which famous battle took place on Sunday, 18th June, 1815?", "Who discovered penicillin?", "How many legs does a lobster have?" and "Traditionally, how many Wonders of the World are there?" Take this quiz to find out how well you can do!