PRIME MINISTER ENTRANCE EXAM


Time Limit: 3 weeks

NOTE: YOU MUST ANSWER TWO OR MORE QUESTIONS CORRECTLY TO QUALIFY TO BE PRIME MINISTER!

  1. What language is spoken in France?
  2. Give a dissertation on the ancient Babylonian Empire with particular reference to architecture, literature, law and social conditions OR Give the first name of PIERRE Trudeau.
  3. Would you ask William Shakespeare to:
    (a) build a bridge
    (b) sail the ocean
    (c) lead an army
    (D) WRITE A PLAY
  4. What religion is the Pope? (Check only one)
    (a) Jewish
    (B) CATHOLIC
    (c) Hindu
    (d) Swedish
    (e) Agnostic
  5. Metric conversion. How many feet in 0.0 meters?
  6. What time is it when the big hand is on the 12 and the little hand is on the 1?
  7. How many commandments was Moses given? (Approximate)
  8. What are people in the North of England called?
    (a) Westerners
    (b) Southerners
    (C) NORTHERNERS
  9. Spell - CAT, DOG, PIG
  10. Six kings of England have been called George, the last one being George the sixth. Name the previous five.
  11. Where does rain come from?
    (a) Tescos
    (b) Homebase
    (c) cats and dogs
    (D) THE SKY
  12. Can you explain Einsteins's theory of relativity?
    (a) Yes
    (b) No
  13. What are coat hangers used for?
  14. God Save The Queen is the National Anthem for what country?
  15. Explain Le Chateliers Principle of Dynamic Equilibrium OR Spell your name in BLOCK LETTERS
  16. Where is the cellar in a three story building located?
  17. If you have 3 apples, how many apples do you have?
  18. What is the phone number for 999?
  19. How many Chinese Urns in a dozen?
  20. If London is the capital of England, what is the capital of England?
  21. Where does wood come from?
    (a) TREES
    (b) Concrete
    (c) Steel
  22. If I have 10 and I give you 10, how much money do I have left?
    (a) 10
    (b) Enough to pay a nurse for a week
    (c) 4.5 billion
    (d) "Under this government 10 is has increased at a far higher rate than under the previous Tory government"
  23. One of your ministers has defrauded the tax payer out of over 100,000 in expenses for a home he no longer owns. Should you:
    (a) Sack him, he's obviously a criminal
    (b) Report him to the police, he's obviously a criminal
    (c) Report him to the parliamentary watchdog and ask for his resignation, he's obviously a criminal
    (d) Do nothing - he's a nice bloke and obviously it was some sort of a misunderstanding
  24. The economy is moving into recession, manufacturing is in steep decline, the stock market has collapsed, and the firemen are on strike. Should you:
    (a) Bomb Iraq
    (b) Bomb Iraq
    (c) Bomb Iraq
    (d) Bomb France, then bomb Iraq