3rd Grade Science Quiz

Science of Matter, Energy, Plants, Animals, and the Earth

Take this quiz to see if you know as much science as a third grade student.
Take this quiz to see if you know as much science as a third grade student. Hero Images / Getty Images

1. A mineral is a natural crystalline solid formed from geological processes. Which is not an example of a mineral?

2. Grouping or organizing objects into categories based on their characteristics is called:

3rd Grade Science Quiz

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Nice try! You're not quite ready to pass third grade science, but you made it all the way to the end of the quiz, so you know more now that you did before. One way to hone your skills is to try a science project or experiment. If you decide to study, focus on the basics of Earth science, how to classify plants and animals, and how scientists study the world around them.

Are you ready to try another quiz? Try this general science trivia test. Sometimes it's easier to remember random facts than material you'd find in a textbook.

3rd Grade Science Quiz

You got: % Correct. Average Third Grade Science Student

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Good job! You'd probably pass a third grade science quiz, although you might miss a few questions. From here, learn science by doing it. Apply the scientific method to explore an interesting experiment or project. Ready for another quiz? Skip a grade and see if you could pass a 5th grade science test.

3rd Grade Science Quiz

You got: % Correct. 3rd Grade Science Whiz

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Excellent! You've mastered third grade science and are ready to move on to bigger and better things. Have fun with science by making an experiment you can actually eat. If you'd rather try another quiz, skip ahead and see if you know as much science as a 6th grade student.