Win a two-week European tour with Topdeck Travel
iQuiz is a students-only competition masterminded exclusively by i, the concise quality newspaper. Teams of the brightest and best students from all over the country compete against each other in a battle of wits, grit and bottomless general knowledge for their chance to win a 14-day trip visiting seven European countries with Topdeck Travel.
Join us on Tuesday 19 November for a night of fun with your friends – and a serious test of your knowledge of bizarre trivia. The Independent’s resident master of arcane knowledge, Simon O’Hagan, has set a gruelling quiz featuring all types of topics, including recent news (hint - read the i paper!). The iQuiz is free to enter.
The best team of four in each city on the night will answer its way to the iQuiz final in February, and maybe even bag themselves that fantastic trip which will see them visiting France, Switzerland, Italy, the Vatican City, Austria, Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium.
Speak to your university Student Brand Ambassador for details on how to register. You can find their details here
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The prize for this iQuiz is being provided by Topdeck Travel.
Test your knowledge
Why not test yourself in preparation for the big event?
We will upload one taster question per day up until 19 November, and will publish the answer the following day.
1) Oliver Baker, Emilia Jardine-Paterson, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, and Julia Samuel are among those who recently became what?
2) Which English cathedral was the tallest building in the world from 1311 to 1549?
3) With eight – the first in 1984, the most recent in 1999 – who is the female performer with the most Brit awards?
4) Keith and Candice-Marie are the central characters in which Mike Leigh-directed TV film?
5) Fallingwater – in rural Pennsylvania and dating from 1935 – is what?
6) In 1946, Emile Victor Rieu’s translation of The Odyssey became the first what?
7) Which is the first country in the world to legalise the sale of marijuana?
8) The rise in Hush Puppies sales and the decline in New York’s crime rate were – according to the title of a 2000 book – examples of what phenomenon?
9) What is the official name for North Korea?
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2) Lincoln Cathedral
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