A simple, straight forward guide to all the Question and Exam answers across Persona 4 Golden. Makes maxing out your knowledge and getting perfect exam scores easy!
Classroom Answers Guide
Hey there! If you’re reading this, then you’re probably looking to cheat your way through Persona 4 Golden’s classroom sections. I don’t blame you, I’m pretty scatter brained myself. Anyway, across the following guide, I’ll give you every single answer to every question and exam you’ll face during Persona 4 Golden’s story.
How do I already know these answers? Well, Persona 4 Golden came out back in 2012, so you know. These cheat sheets have been floating around since then. Also worth noting, sometimes one of your friends might be challenged with a difficult question, feed them the right answer and you’ll improve your relationship with them!
- Q: What is the year before 1 AD called?
- A: 1 BC
- Q: The word “alphabet” comes from the word “alpha” and what other one?
- A: Beta
- Q: How many parts are there in Murakami’s “The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle?”
- A: Three
- Q: What was the first economic bubble incident in the world?
- A: Tulip mania
- Q: What’s it called when you gain more muscle after getting sore through exercise?
- A: Overcompensation
- Q: Which property of whole numbers doesn’t exist?
- A: Marriage numbers
- Q: What is the greatest canyon in the solar system?
- A: Valles Marineris
- Q: Do you know how Soseki Natsume translated the English phrase “I love you” into Japanese?
- A: “The moon is beautiful, isn’t it?
- Q1: What is it called when muscles grow after exercise?
- A1: Overcompensation
- Q2: What is the year before 1 A.D. called?
- A2: 1 B.C.
- Q1: Which of these types of numbers does not exist?
- A2: Marriage numbers
- Q2: Who translated “I love you” as “The moon is beautiful, isn’t it?”
- A2: Soseki Natsume
- Q1: Who said “As soon as laws are necessary for men, they are no longer fit for freedom?”
- A2: Pythagoras
- Q2: Which of the following is the highest mountain in the solar system?
- A2: Olympus Mons
- Q: Tell me how the theory that the pyramids were built by slaves was disproven!
- A: Attendance logs
- Q: What sport is “heikin-dai”?
- A: Balance Beam
- Q: Tell me what kind of exercise builds up lactic acid in the muscles!
- A: Anaerobics
- Q: Tell me what morale is!
- A: Cheerfulness of a group
- Q: What period did Japan first implement bonus pay?
- A: Meiji
- Q: What is identity?
- A: Individuality
- Q: Which one of these is the name of a real river?
- A: Pis Pis River
- Q: Who said this: “Man is but a reed, the most feeble thing in nature; but he is a thinking reed”?
- A: Pascal
- Q: What is the beginning of “Gakumon no Susume” a reference too?
- A: The U.S. Declaration of Independence
- Q: What is the medical term for brainfreeze?
- A: Sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia
- Q: Which famous Heian-era monk famously used a wrong version of this specific kanji?
- A: Kuukai
- Q: Which line can a typhoon never cross?
- A: The equator
- Q: Tell me what makes the king of hearts look different from the other kings in a standard deck of cards?
- A: He has no mustache.
- Q1: What is morale?
- A1: Cheerfulness in a group
- Q2: What sport is “heikin-dai”?
- A2: Balance Beam
- Q1: Which kanji did Kobo make a mistake on?
- A1: The first option
- Q2: In which period did Japan first implement bonus pay?
- A2: Meiji
- Q1: Which king in a deck of cards is missing a mustache?
- A1: King of hearts
- Q2: Who said this: “Man is but a reed, the most feeble thing in nature; but he is a thinking reed”?
- A2: Pascal
- Q1: Which one of these is the name of a real river?
- A1: Pis Pis River
- Q2: What is the beginning of “Gakumon no Susume” a reference to?
- A2: The U.S. Declaration of Independence
- Q: “Venison” is the meat of what animal?
- A: All of the above
- Q: Which of the following is a kigo for fall?
- A: Brisk
- Q: How short was history’s shortest war?
- A: 40 minutes
- Q: What do you call somebody who’s between ninety and one hundred years old?
- A: A nonagenarian
- Q: What part of the human body has an apple in it?
- A: Throat
- Q: Which of these sports also uses an anchor?
- A: Tug-of-War
- Q: Where would you find Japan on a map made in a foreign country?
- A: The right edge
- Q: Tell me what bird’s name means “coward”in English!
- A: Chicken
- Q: What did Napoleon have invented?
- A: Glass jars
- Q: Do you know what vegetable was used to make the first jack-o-lantern?
- A: Turnips
- Q: What kind of fish was I just talking about?
- A: Ojisan
- Q1: What part of the body contains the “Adam’s apple”?
- A1: Throat
- Q2: Where would you find Japan on a map made in a foreign country?
- A2: The right edge
- Q1: How short was history’s shortest war?
- A1: 40 minutes
- Q2: “Venison” is the meat of what animal?
- A2: All of the above
- Q1: What is the Japanese name for “panda”?
- A1: Black and white bears
- Q2: Which bird is falsely known for being cowardly in the English phrase “to stick one’s head in the sand”?
- A2: Ostrich
- Q1: What was the name of the Wasan textbook that came out in the Edo period?
- A1: Math Girl
- Q2: What did Napoleon have invented?
- A2: Glass jars
- Q1: Which season is the adjective “brisk” a kigo for?
- A1: Fall
- Q2: What is “Dragon’s Blood”?
- A2: Plant resin
- Q: Tell me what the “figure” in “figure skating” refers to!
- A: Geometric shapes
- Q: Who can tell me what kind of bird a kanko-dori is??
- A: A cuckoo
- Q: Which country do you think the South Pole belongs to?
- A: No country
- Q: What desert is the Welwitschia from?
- A: Namib
- Q: Alcohol has to do with the roots of the word “bridal.” Do you know how?
- A: Bride ale
- Q: Do you know what an “atlas” is?
- A: A book of maps
- Q: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13… What is this sequence called?
- A: Fibonacci sequence
- Q: There are over 130 ancient pyramids in Egypt, but do you know who’s buried in the biggest one?
- A: Khufu
- Q: Which of these is considered a “rice cake”?
- A: Mochi
- Q1: What does French food stem from?
- A1: Italian Food
- Q2: What does the “figure” in “figure skating” refer to?
- A2: Geometric shapes
- Q1: Who is buried in the biggest pyramid in Egypt?
- A1: Khufu
- Q2: What is a book of maps called?
- A2: Atlas
- Q1: What word has the words “bride ale” as its roots?
- A1: Bridal
- Q2: What kind of bird is a “kanko-dori”?
- A2: A cuckoo
- Q1: Which country does the South Pole belong to?
- A2: No country
- Q2: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13… What is this sequence called?
- A2: The Fibonacci sequence
- Q1: What desert is the Welwitschia found in?
- A2: Namib
- Q2: Which of these is considered a “rice cake”?
- A2: Mochi
- Q: Do you know what color a fuzzy-wuzzy polar bear’s fur really is?
- A: Transparent
- Q: What determines whether a hair grows curly or straight?
- A: The cross-section
- Q: Do you know the intent behind the phrase, “Compassion is not for the good of others”?
- A: Compassion makes you look better
- Q: Which Cleopatra is the one who was known as one of the three most beautiful women in the world?
- A: VII
- Q: What are you supposed to put on top of a kagami mochi?
- A: An orange
- Q: “Toso” is a traditional drink for the new year, but what does the name mean?
- A: Bury the demons
- Q: In the Thai and Vietnamese zodiacs, which animal is used in place of the rabbit?
- A: Cat
- Q: What color is the snow that falls in Europe in the spring?
- A: Red
- Q: What’s the next unit of measurement up from a terabyte?
- A: Petabyte
- Q: What color were the pyramids originally?
- A: White
ADVANCED EXAMS 2/6
- Q1: The word “alphabet” comes from the words “alpha” and what other one?
- A1: Beta
- Q2: How was the theory that the pyramids were built by slaves disproven?
- A2: Attendance logs
ADVANCED EXAMS 2/7
- Q1: What drink name means “bury demons”?
- A1: Toso
- Q2: What is the medical term for brainfreeze?
- A2: Sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia
ADVANCED EXAMS 2/8
- Q1: What is the Japanese zodiac equivalent to the “cat” in the Thai and Vietnamese zodiacs?
- A1: Rabbit
- Q2: What vegetable was used to make the first jack-o’-lanterns?
- A2: Turnips
ADVANCED EXAMS 2/9
- Q1: What color were the pyramids when they were first built?
- A1: White
- Q2: What gets mixed with snow in Europe that sometimes causes it to turn red?
- A2: The Sahara Desert sand
I hope there aren’t any mistakes and hopefully this might help.