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Question 1: , Edward Harkness, ________, Jimmy Wales and Ben Brown.
Berkshire HathawayBill GatesDairy QueenWarren Buffett

Question 2: The ________'s Diploma Programme in Spain was created in 1968.
United World CollegesIB Diploma ProgrammeInternational BaccalaureateAlec Peterson

Question 3: Some independent preparatory schools are affiliated with a particular ________ or denomination, although unlike parochial schools, independent preparatory schools are not governed or a religious organization, and students are usually not required to receive instruction in one particular religion.
Relationship between religion and scienceReligionSoulAtheism

Question 4: Among other prestigious schools are the Hastings School in ________, the Caxton College in Valencia, and the Bellver International College in Mallorca.
GetafeParisAthensMadrid

Question 5: College preparatory schools in the United States and ________, commonly referred to as prep schools, are private independent secondary schools, funded by tuition fees and philanthropic donations and governed by independent boards of trustees.
United KingdomBelizeBarbadosCanada

Question 6: One school is the Academy School in the ________, which is a member of the National Association of British Schools in Spain.
LusitaniaPontusHispaniaBalearic Islands

Question 7: In many parts of Europe, such as Germany, the countries of former ________, the Benelux and Scandinavia, secondary schools specializing in college-preparatory education are called gymnasia and/or in some countries athenaea.
Ottoman EmpireGerman EmpireHoly Roman EmpireAustria–Hungary

Question 8: Prep schools may be day schools or ________ and may be co-educational or single-sex; however in both the United States and Canada, day schools are more common than boarding, and co-educational schools are more common than single-sex.
University-preparatory schoolPublic school (privately funded)Private schoolBoarding school

Question 9: Participating schools in the United States include Phillips Exeter Academy, Phillips Academy, Harvard-Westlake School, ________, The Lawrenceville School, Buckingham Browne & Nichols.
Deerfield AcademyTabor AcademySt. Paul's School (Concord, New Hampshire)The Hill School

Question 10: John's School (Texas), Middlesex School, ________, St. Paul's School, St. Mark's School, Milton Academy, Menlo School, Salisbury School and Trinity School all have admission rates consistently under 30%.
Taft SchoolYale UniversityChoate Rosemary HallHarvard University
















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