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Below are all the correct answers for every question, test and exam in Persona 3 Reload in chronological order. Just don’t make it obvious you’re copying our homework!


  • 8th April – “Among these phrases, ‘a rain of flowers’, ‘mystical mirage’, and ‘vivid carp streamers’, which one symbolises summer?"
    • Answer – No. 3 “Vivid carp streamers”
  • 18th April – “The places where people dumped their waste in the Jomon period – what are they called nowadays?”
    • Answer – No. 2 “Middens”
  • 27th April – “Which of the following is not an algebraic spiral?”
    • Answer – No. 1 “A”


  • 6th May – “What do you call the device that helps generate electric power for the train?”
    • Answer – No. 1 “A pantograph”
  • 13th May – “Which tool did he (Léon Foucault) use in his experiments?”
    • Answer – No. 2 “The pendulum”
  • 15th May – “What’s the other name for ‘May sickness’ – the more casual one?”
    • Answer – No. 2 “May Blues”

First-semester midterm exams

  • 19th May – “What is the other common expression used to describe ‘May sickness’?”
    • Answer – No. 1 “May Blues”
  • 20th May – “Which of the following did Léon Foucault use in his experiment on the rotation of the Earth?”
    • Answer – No. 3 “A pendulum”
  • 21st May – “Which of the following is generated by a pantograph?”
    • Answer – No. 2 “Electricity”
  • 22nd May – “During which historical period were middens most commonly used?”
    • Answer – No. 1 “Jomon”


  • 15th June – “Which phrase means, ‘able to see things as they really are’?”
    • Answer – No. 1 “Keen eye”
  • 17th June – “What early religious practice was the origin of magic?”
    • Answer – No. 3 “Shamanism”
  • 22nd June – “What do people call this curve?”
    • Answer – No. 3 “Witch of Agnesi”
  • 25th June – “What’s it called when the air bubbles in a whirlpool bath hit you and make your body vibrate?”
    • Answer – No. 2 “The flutter effect”
  • 29th June – “What form of natural magic is used to find water sources?”
    • Answer – No. 1 “Dowsing”


  • 3rd July – “...What kinda tale is he talkin’ about?”
    • Answer – No. 3 “About romance”
  • 8th July – “Where is the comma splice found in the following sentence?”
    • Answer – “Between ‘time’ and ‘it’s’”
  • 9th July – “At the same time, a serious problem arose for the farmers. Do you remember what that was?”
    • Answer – No. 3 “Social disparity”
  • 10th July – “What is the esoteric study of Jewish texts?”
    • Answer – No. 3 “Kabbalah”
  • 11th July – “Now, what do you think that item was? It’s something every samurai needs!”
    • Answer – No. 1 “The katana”

First-semester final exams

  • 14th July – “Which form of magic is used to find water sources?”
    • Answer – No. 2 “Dowsing”
  • 15th July – “How did the Witch of Agnesi gain the first half of its name?”
    • Answer – No. 3 “An error in translation”
  • 16th July – “Who designed the prototype for the katana?”
    • Answer – No. 1 “Taira no Masakado”
  • 17th July – “There’s an error in this sentence, what kind is it?”
    • Answer – No. 2 “Comma splice”

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