Recent Examples of pop quiz from the Web
But the father of a girl in Kissner’s middle school class said the teacher held a pop quiz during the walkout.
One inspiring Texas high school teacher is bringing a whole lot more than term papers and pop quizzes to his Austin classroom.
His post includes a pop quiz of sorts: A map of Alabama with all its 67 counties outlined but not named.
To add insult to injury, managers walk around conducting pop quizzes, doing spot checks and checking off scorecards to determine how quickly the shelves are replenished.
The one that made my inner copy editor squeal was Spelling Fever, which combines Dance Dance Revolution with Scrabble, a pop quiz, hopscotch and a spelling bee.
But after a quick pop quiz from the star himself, she's forced to admit she’s never seen the show.
Yet days after Jeffress failed his pop quiz on Christian virtues, a black fool joined him in unholy displays of idiocy in defense of Sweet Potato Saddam.
Today, in the spirit of school being back in session, it’s time for a pop quiz.
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First Known Use of pop quiz
POP QUIZ Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pop quiz for English Language Learners
: a short test that a teacher gives to students without warning
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