Sept. 17 is Constitution Day, celebrating the document that is at the foundation of the United States of America. Take this quiz to see how much you know about the Constitution.
Who is considered the father of the Constitution?
Who was unanimously elected to preside over the 1787 Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia?
Which word is not in the Constitution?
What did the Senate initially want to call the president?
Which of the following is not mentioned in the Constitution?
Under the Constitution, the longest a president can serve is:
Who did not sign the Constitution?
The biggest obstacle the founders faced in ratifying the Constitution in the states was:
The Constitution was signed on Sept. 17, 1787, but not ratified by the required number of states until 1788. How many of the 13 states had to approve it for ratification?
One of the states boycotted the Constitutional Convention in 1787, annoying even the mild-tempered George Washington, because it liked its independence. Which state was it?
What word is used in the Constitution to refer to ethnic minorities?
Only one of the 27 amendments to the Constitution has overturned another amendment. What was the subject?
The website ConstitutionFacts.com has a quiz that has been taken by more than 100,000 users since September 2012. What part of the country got the most perfect scores?