Test your Shakespearean knowledge by taking one (or all!) of our 7 Shakespeare quizzes below, and prove thou art a true Bardologist!
Once you’ve completed any of these Shakespeare quizzes you’ll see your results to check your score against all other entrants worldwide, and be able to share your results on Facebook and Twitter.
General Shakespeare Quizzes
The Ultimate Shakespeare Quiz
20 questions to test your all-round Shakespeare knowledge
How well do you know Shakespeare?
Test yourself on Shakespeare’s intimate details
Shakespeare’s most gruesome deaths
Can you match the grisly death with the Shakespeare character who meets that fate?
Shakespeare play locations
How’s your Shakespeare geography?
Shakespeare Quotes Quizzes
Which play doth each line belong to?
Think you know which lines come from which plays? Then prove it!
The great Shakespeare quote quiz
10 questions to prove your knowledge of Shakespeare quotes
Shakespeare personality tests
What’s your Shakespeare death?
There are so many grisly endings to Shakespeare’s characters – how would Shakespeare write you out of a play?
Still have Shakespeare questions? Let us know in the comments below!
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Where’s the quiz then?
by Fact 10
I’m also struggling to find the quiz. I can’t see it by fact 10 either. Am I missing something?
I’ve turned off the ad blocker hoping that would bring up the quiz, but it hasn’t. Any tips. I get lots of commercials, but the quiz won’t come on.
Hi Susan, the quiz is working fine for me. Could you try using the chrome browser?
I love shakespeare
okay that is a lot of suicide
I got this one right–it was a lucky guess. However I remembered that there were several in Julius Caesar alone (all that “hold my sword while I run on it”) Then you have Romeo and Juliet. Weren’t there several in Anthony and Cleopatra?
I found the quiz–19/20. Not bad for an English major! I missed the question about the play with the least words.
Great work Christine!
Not bad… I haven’t read/watched too many of his plays, but I definitely read Macbeth. I got that cauldron question right. Also, I had no idea about Cardenio. I just clicked that one because I’ve never heard of it before.