January 2020 Adult Jeopardy Online Test Questions

Looking to remember the questions to the January 2020 Adult Jeopardy online tests? Videos and correct answers will be posted shortly after each test! (Until that time, this will be a placeholder post.)

Remember to sign up at jeopardy.com at least two hours before the test’s start time!

Looking for some last-minute prep? Check out the questions to the April 2019 tests, as well as the West Palm Beach test from March 2019.


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Video links (As always, thanks to Susan Herder for the videos. She does an excellent service to the community in providing these videos to re-create test conditions for the future):


Tuesday, January 28, 2020, 8 PM Eastern (5 PM Pacific):

Wednesday, January 29, 2020, 9 PM Eastern (6 PM Pacific):

Thursday, January 30, 2020, 11 PM Eastern (8 PM Pacific):


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Test answers:

Click/Tap Here For January 28 Answers

1 Leo Tolstoy
2 Centennial
3 Stephen Hawking
4 Sparta
5 Hajj
6 Thames
7 Valhalla
8 Standard
9 Lord Byron
10 San Jose
11 Ariana Grande
12 the Bulge
13 abacus
14 George Orwell
15 Frankfort
16 ear
17 armadillo
18 Emmanuel Macron
19 The Masked Singer
20 Henrik Ibsen
21 Libya
22 cause
23 Roald Dahl
24 Rutgers
25 Missouri
26 FLOTUS
27 Rebecca
28 Copper
29 Orange
30 Cuba
31 Genesis
32 Pennywise
33 potatoes
34 Anne Boleyn
35 E. L. James
36 taxidermy
37 eulogize
38 garter
39 Carl Jung
40 Salvador Dali
41 Wicked
42 Aaron Burr
43 Arbor Day
44 Rio de Janeiro
45 Encyclopedia Britannica
46 Georges Bizet
47 Sagittarius
48 Labor
49 Macbeth
50 Los Angeles Dodgers

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Click/Tap Here For January 29 Answers

1 Marie Kondo
2 Wolf
3 Epidermis
4 Stamp Act
5 Johannes Gutenberg
6 Baltic Sea
7 Anne (Princess Royal)
8 Mahatma
9 The Lottery
10 Thomas E. Dewey
11 Jordan Peele
12 Idi Amin
13 Mixologist
14 Aslan
15 The Philippines
16 Toxicology
17 Wyeth
18 “American Pie”
19 Jennifer Aniston
20 Joseph Conrad
21 Bergen
22 Hasbro
23 Afghanistan
24 Mulan
25 Glasnost
26 Daniel Day-Lewis Carroll
27 the breach
28 Ulna
29 Mozzarella
30 Tallahassee
31 Barber
32 Black Widow
33 Coins
34 William I (the Conqueror)
35 Toni Morrison
36 velociraptor
37 cold cream
38 Boeing 747
39 Mercury
40 Sheba
41 Mexico City
42 Dick Cheney
43 habitat
44 Yellow
45 Samuel Taylor Coleridge
46 Jean Sibelius
47 Primates
48 bony pony
49 Aaron Sorkin
50 Candy Crush Saga

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Click/Tap Here For January 30 Answers

1 Chaucer
2 Twilight
3 proton
4 Bull Run (Manassas)
5 indigo
6 Utah
7 Wagner
8 Department of Defense
9 “Moby Dick”
10 Gregory (XIII/13)
11 “Shallow”
12 Aristotle
13 tenet
14 Christopher Marlowe
15 Bern
16 acid
17 Frida Kahlo
18 Taurus
19 Megan Rapinoe
20 Nevermore
21 Danube
22 Arby’s
23 Elena Ferrante
24 Ramadan
25 Louis XIV (14)
26 plumage
27 Maya Angelou
28 amino acids
29 Georgetown
30 Andes Mountains
31 canon
32 Rian Johnson
33 BuzzFeed
34 Social Security
35 Ronan Farrow
36 (bullet) train
37 double Dutch
38 First Amendment
39 Uranus
40 Florence
41 The Crown
42 Ferdinand Magellan
43 Finland
44 Australia
45 Tiger
46 pirouette
47 mantle
48 jade blade
49 Salman Rushdie
50 Tootsie

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11 Comments on "January 2020 Adult Jeopardy Online Test Questions"

  1. That one with eulogize was tough (caught on eulogy, actually put yule-ogy). Some required a guess the obvious (like Tolstoy). Some I surprised myself, some I’m kicking myself. Just hoping my college history prof took my advice amd registered, he would do great (and would be thrilling to see him).

  2. Didn’t take it myself, but my son got a 49/50. The only one he missed was the newspaper question. So proud of him!

  3. I took this test, and I did fine. I also qualify for the college test, which I hope to take once dates are set.

  4. I should’ve taken the 1/28 test. I got 41/50. Instead, I got screwed over with the 1/29 test.

  5. Another year of waiting. I’ve waited almost as long as Severus Black… Some correct answers surprised me. I started off strong, but fell short. 30/50.

  6. Took this evening’s test; got 37/50. Really only kicking myself for missing one or two of them; the rest I legitimately didn’t know. Candy Crush Saga ain’t my jam.

  7. Ugh. 44 on Tuesday, 40 on Wednesday, took officially on Thursday… 36. Way she goes…

  8. For ‘bony pony’ would ‘dwarf horse’ also be acceptable? Just curious.

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