Want to test your knowledge or learn something new about engineering? Here are a few quizzes and polls you might like to try.
What type of engineering is right for you? - University of Waterloo
Take the quiz to help you answer that question and learn about the the Engineering programs at Waterloo.
Resource Added: August 21, 2012
What Kind of Engineer am I? - Texas A&M
Agricultural, industrial and systems, nuclear, petroleum — engineers come in all kinds. Which are you? Fill out our questionnaire, and we'll tell you.But don't take our word for it: This is for fun, not for real. So — have fun!
Resource Added: August 20, 2012
Technical Quiz from Calculatoredge
The Quiz is divided into Mechanical Quiz, Electronics Quiz, Civil Quiz, Chemical Quiz, and so on. You can participate in our Quiz and test your knowledge as well learn new things through fun.
Everyday Science: Bridge Quiz from HowStuffWorks
Chances are, if you've done even the slightest bit of traveling, you've crossed your fair share of bridges. These feats of engineering can span anything from a trickling stream to a raging river. Can you cross the bridge quiz without falling?
Engineering Quiz for Kids - Science Kids
Enjoy the challenge of our fun engineering quiz for kids. Test how much you know about structures, dams, bridges, famous landmarks and more. Find a range of interesting questions and answers that will have you thinking more about the finer points of civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, and aerospace engineering. See if you have what it takes to become an engineer, learn some new information and enjoy a range of fun trivia.
Engineering Facts Quiz - Science Channel
The work of engineers is all around us – from the insides of your car to the structure that holds up your office building, to some pretty darn amazing marvels of modern engineering. So how much do you know about all that stuff engineers did for you? Well, let's see!
ENGINEERING Challenge #1 - Engineering.com
Welcome to the ENGINEERING.com Challenge #1. This first challenge (yes, more are to follow) is a refresher on some basic engineering, algebra and physics principles. Most of these concepts are referenced in first year engineering textbooks. Hint: Some of these require a little "out of the box" thinking. But as an engineer that shouldn't be a problem.
College Major Quiz from MyMajors
After taking this quiz, you will be recommended the top college majors that appear to fit you best.