4th try, i came until Haiti which is 100th...
Good job, scambigol
I got 63, thinking that I was doing pretty damn good, but I only beat 67.3% of people!
Just an idea though - could an easier version of this quiz be made with gridlines to act as a guide? When jumping between large distances like Europe-Asia, it can be really difficult to see where the previous northernmost point was. I think I'd do a lot better with gridlines,although it would still be challenging.
Yes Greenland has autonomy but it is an integral part of the Kingdom of Denmark.
Scotland has some autonomy from the UK, that doesn't mean it's not included in UK statistics.
You scored 152/196 = 78%
This beats or equals 77.9% of test takers
2nd try: 6/196 = 3%, got stuck on Iceland
Venezuela: Isla Aves (near Dominica) is owned by Venezuela
Mauritius: There are some far north islands owned by Mauritius (don't remember the name). They're not part of the Mauritius circle, so that might have been confusing
Will there be one for the southernmost southern points as well?
I could see doing quizzes for east to west and west to east from the Prime Meridian as well.
Thanks a lot for a great quiz!
You scored 65/196 = 33%
This beats or equals 73.2% of test takers
The average score is 49
Your high score is 65
Kazakhstan (55°43’N) should be before Ireland (55°26’N), not after it.
Bosnia (45°16’N) should be after Uzbekistan and Japan (45°36’N and 45°31’N, respectively), not before them.
Colombia at 15°50’N shouldn’t be between Gambia (13°49’N) and St Vincent (13°22’N).
Sri Lanka (09°30’N) shouldn’t be between Liberia (08°33’N) and Guyana (08°24’N)
Similarly, Kosovo, Tunisia, Mauritania, Indonesia, Kiribati, Singapore, and Papua New Guinea are out of order based on the latitudes you’ve listed.
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