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- ASHLEIGH BRILLIANT

IQ TEST
SET 2

Question 1: Choose the odd one out.

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We know that Adolf Hitler's failed art career eventually led to his life of fascism, but you may not know that he actually applied to art school twice – and was rejected so hard the second time that he wasn't even allowed to sit in on the entry exams. Even now, art experts maintain that Hitler was a sub-par artist. You lose, H.
John F. Kennedy authored his first book, "Why England Slept,” at age 22, and in 1945 he spent a few months as a newspaper correspondent for William Randolph Hearst's newspapers covering the United Nations conference in San Francisco and the aftermath of World War II in Europe. In 1957, a Pulitzer Prize in biography was awarded to Kennedy for "Profiles in Courage,” although there has since been controversy as to how much of the book was ghostwritten by his aide Theodore Sorensen.

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