1 Percent Club Questions

45 One Percent Club Questions And Answers | Could You Be In The 1%?

Think you’ve got what it takes to join the elite ranks of the ‘One Percent Club’? Inspired by the popular TV game show, this set of 45 One Percent Club Questions will test your logic and common sense, just like an IQ test!

In the 1% Club game show, questions start easy – the kind 90% of the population could answer – and then progressively ramp up in difficulty. The final question is a true challenge that only 1% of people can answer correctly. Ready to test your mettle? Dive into these One Percent Club questions and see how far you can progress!

One Percent Club Questions And Answers

1% Club Quiz

There are 15 Questions/Rounds in the One Percent Club game show. Each round has an IQ Test style question that a certain percentage of the population can answer. The first question is an easy question that 90% of the population can answer, and the questions get progressively more difficult until you get to the 1% question. Answer that question, and you’re in the 1 Percent Club!

The 15 rounds that are in the game show are 90%, 80%, 70%, 60%, 50%, 45%, 40%, 35%, 30%, 25%, 20%, 15%, 10%, 5%, and 1%. Here are 45 practice questions and answers inspired by the 1 Percent Club.

90% Questions

  1. What number comes next in this sequence: 2, 4, 6, 8, ?
    A) 9
    B) 10
    C) 11
  2. Which word is the opposite of ‘cold’?
    A) Hot
    B) Cool
    C) Mild
  3. Shoe is to foot as glove is to __?
    A) Hand
    B) Head
    C) Leg

  1. B) 10
  2. A) Hot
  3. A) Hand

80% Questions

  1. In a town, each day for five days, the population doubles. If the town starts with one person, how many people are there at the end of the fifth day?
    A) 32
    B) 64
    C) 128
  2. There’s a basket containing 5 apples. You take out 3. How many apples do you have?
    A) 2
    B) 3
    C) 5
  3. Mary has twice as many apples as John. After giving 10 apples to John, Mary has the same number of apples as John. How many apples did Mary originally have?
    A) 10
    B) 30
    C) 40

  1. A) 32
  2. B) 3 (YOU take out 3)
  3. C) 40

70% Questions

  1. You’re running a race and you pass the person in second place. What place are you in now?
    A) First
    B) Second
    C) Third
  2. In the English language, which sentence is grammatically correct?
    A) “I doesn’t like spinach.”
    B) “I don’t likes spinach.”
    C) “I don’t like spinach.”
  3. Which of these shapes has the most sides?
    A) Triangle
    B) Square
    C) Hexagon

  1. B) Second
  2. C) “I don’t like spinach.”
  3. C) Hexagon

60% Questions

  1. If a train leaves the station and travels at 60 miles per hour, how far will it have traveled after 2.5 hours?
    A) 120 Miles
    B) 150 Miles
    C) 180 Miles
  2. If Jane is taller than Alice, and Alice is taller than Sue, who is the shortest?
    A) Jane
    B) Alice
    C) Sue
  3. A father and mother have three sons. Each son has one sister. How many children do the father and mother have in total?
    A) 4
    B) 5
    C) 6

  1. B) 150 Miles
  2. C) Sue
  3. A) 4

50% Questions

  1. If you toss a coin five times and it lands on tails every time, what is the probability it will land on tales next time?
    A) 20%
    B) 50%
    C) 80%
  2. If a dress is on sale for 25% off and the original price was $80, what is the sale price?
    A) $60
    B) $65
    C) $70
  3. If it takes five machines 5 minutes to make five widgets, how long would it take 100 machines to make 100 widgets?
    A) 100 minutes
    B) 5 minutes
    C) 1 minute

  1. B) 50%
  2. A) $60
  3. B) 5 minutes

45% Questions

  1. What is the next number in the sequence: 2, 4, 8, 16, __?
    A) 32
    B) 24
    C) 64
  2. What are the next two letters in this? W, A, T, N, T, L, _, _
    A) T, N
    B) A, W
    C) I, T
  3. If a car travels at 60mph for 1 hour and 30 minutes, how far will it have traveled?
    A) 60 Miles
    B) 90 Miles
    C) 120 Miles

  1. A) 32 (Each number doubles the previous one)
  2. C) I, T (What Are The Next Two Letters In This?)
  3. B) 90 Miles

40% Questions

  1. What is the sum of all the angles in a triangle?
    A) 180 degrees
    B) 360 degrees
    C) 90 degrees
  2. Which of the following fractions is the largest?
    A) 2/3
    B) 1/2
    C) 3/5
  3. If “all squares are rectangles” and “all rectangles are polygons”, which statement is true?
    A) All squares are polygons.
    B) All polygons are squares.
    C) Some squares are not polygons.

  1. A) 180 degrees
  2. A) 2/3
  3. A) All squares are polygons.

35% Questions

  1. In English grammar, what is an example of a homophone?
    A) Pair and pear
    B) Cat and bat
    C) Dog and frog
  2. Which of these is not a prime number?
    A) 2
    B) 17
    C) 22
  3. What is the next number in the sequence: 1, 3, 6, 10, __?
    A) 15
    B) 20
    C) 13

  1. A) Pair and pear
  2. C) 22
  3. A) 15 (each number increases by one more than the previous increase)

30% Questions

  1. What is the next letter in the sequence: A, Z, B, Y, __?
    A) W
    B) B
    C) C
  2. Your magazine has 20 pages. The front cover is page 1, and the back cover is page 20. You read every page. How many times do you have to turn the page?
    A) 10
    B) 5
    C) 7
  3. January 1st is Day 1. June 30th is Day 181. December 31st is Day 365. What month is day 150?
    A) April
    B) May
    C) July

  1. C) C (alternating between forward and backward alphabets)
  2. A) 10
  3. B) May

25% Questions

  1. What three numbers, none of which is zero, give the same answer whether they’re added or multiplied?
    A) 123
    B) 456
    C) 789
  2. You see me once in June, twice in November, and none in May. What am I?
    A) I am the Sun.
    B) I am a calender.
    C) I am the letter e.
  3. What is the next group in the sequence: AZ, BY, CX, __?
    A) DW
    B) EF
    C) XC

  1. A) 123
  2. C) I am the letter e.
  3. A) DW (alternating between forward and backward alphabets)

20% Questions

  1. On a digital clock with seven-segment displays, each digit has a maximum of seven lines that can be used to display numbers. How many lines are used to create the time 12:00?
    A) 12
    B) 19
    C) 25
  2. What is the next number in the sequence: 2, 4, 12, 48, __?
    A) 60
    B) 120
    C) 240
  3. Rearrange all the letters in the following two words to form another two words, the sum of which gives the same answer: Eleven + two
    A) Twelve + one
    B) One + Eleven
    C) Two + Three

  1. B) 19
  2. C) 240 (each number is the product of the previous number and its position in the sequence – 48×5 = 240)
  3. A) Twelve + one

15% Questions

  1. one = three, three = five, five = four, six = ?
    A) one
    B) twelve
    C) three
  2. Which of these is the odd one out?
    Thorium, Uranium, Plutonium, Aluminium
    A) Thorium
    B) Uranium
    C) Plutonium
    D) Aluminium
  3. 17071 reads the same forwards as it does backward. What is the next number that reads the same forward as it does backward?

  1. C) 3
  2. D) Aluminium (the others are radioactive)
  3. 17171

10% Questions

  1. What is the next group in the sequence: AB, FG, KL, __?
    A) PQ
    B) MO
    C) RS
  2. The first letter of the alphabet that doesn’t rhyme with another letter of the alphabet is F. What is the next one?
    A) G
    B) H
    C) L
  3. If you shuffle a regular 52-card deck for 30 seconds, what is the probability of drawing 15 cards of the same suit consecutively from the top of the deck?

  1. A) PQ (each group moves 5 positions forward in the alphabet)
  2. B) H
  3. 0 (there are only a maximum of 13 cards of the same suit, so it is impossible to get 15 cards of the same suit next to each other.)

5% Questions

  1. The following words all have a hidden pattern in common. What is it?
  2. What two letters replace the question marks in this sequence?
    A) TW
    B) MJ
    C) EF
  3. What pattern do all these words have in common?

  1. They all become body parts when the first letters are removed – ear, hip, lip
  2. B) MJ (They are the first letters of the 12 months of the year.)
  3. Each word has its letters in alphabetical order.

1% Questions

  1. What is the first number in English that when spelled out has its letters in alphabetical order?
  2. What letter can replace the question mark in this sequence?
    f, e, ?, r, h
  3. In sport, if FT gets you GD and SD gets you SR, what does TD get you?

  1. FORTY
  2. i (f is the first letter in FIRST, e is the second letter in SECOND, i is the third letter in THIRD, r is the fourth letter in FOURTH, and h is the fifth letter in FIFTH.
  3. BE (FirsT gets you GolD, SeconD gets you SilveR, ThirD gets you BronzE.)


How many did you get correct? Could you be in the 1% club? I hope you enjoyed these practice questions. Before you go, be sure to check out these related articles you might also like:

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