Etiquette Quiz: 14 Quizzes to Test Your Manners

by Claire Valenty on October 13, 2010

The Etiquette-Guide tries to educate and entertain it’s readers with a range of etiquette and general good manner articles.  Here is your chance to put your knowledge to the test.  We put together 14 etiquette quizzes – each 10 questions long to test your knowledge on all things etiquette.

Each etiquette quiz is 10 questions long. At the end you will get a summary the result and an explanation on why a certain question was either right or wrong.  Click on the links at the end of the etiquette quiz to read up on the article.

Leave a comment and suggest other options or let us know if you would like to see another etiquette quiz.

Have fun and good luck!

  1. Dress Code Quiz
  2. Everyday Etiquette Quiz
  3. Flag Etiquette Quiz
  4. Flower Power Quiz
  5. Health Care Etiquette Quiz
  6. International Business Etiquette Quiz
  7. Netiquette 101 Quiz
  8. Office Quiz: Working 9-5
  9. Specialty Weddings Quiz
  10. Table Manners Quiz: Do you Eat Like a Pig?
  11. The Bathroom Etiquette Quiz
  12. The Invitation and Gift Giving Etiquette Quiz
  13. To Tip or Not to Tip? Tipping Quiz
  14. Wedding Etiquette Quiz

{ 9 comments… read them below or add one }

Tracey Heath July 26, 2011 at 7:33 am

Not a comment, but a question. I have noticed that you have a section on “Fast Food etiquette”. As an employee in such a profession, could you please advise me on how to address the customers? I have been using the terms “Sir” and “Madam”, but unfortunately I had a customer who took great offence at being called a “Madam”. I wasn’t implying that she was running a house of “ill-reoute”, I was trying to be polite, but I felt that she was the type of person who likes to inflicy physical violence on service staff.

Tana Boggs August 22, 2011 at 1:45 pm

Question? If a wedding is being held at 12:00 noon, should the invitation read 12:00 in the afternoon or 12:00 noon? Thanks in advance for a reply.

theonlyholger September 12, 2011 at 6:00 am

You are doing the right thing. It’s very polite to adress people with Sir or Madam. If someone get’s upset about it – it’s kind of there problem. Let’s just hope that no-one is so crazy and start an actual brawl over this 🙂

Best of luck!

Andrew Smith November 16, 2011 at 8:43 am

i have research a blog regarding 25 manners that should be taught for kids. please do check this link

annie September 16, 2014 at 8:03 pm

in regards to the wedding it should say twelve noon on which ever date it is simply formal

anonymous April 11, 2017 at 4:34 pm

bro this website is wack nobody cares about tipping hats quit wasting our time

Christian Lemons September 5, 2018 at 3:46 pm

Boy this is so useless the only time you need etiquette is weddings and restaurants.

zacjary.ellis-nash September 5, 2018 at 4:32 pm

i think the father should pay for the wedding and the mother for the dress

Emo Trash Goblin January 9, 2019 at 4:42 pm

This website is really stupid and the answers are mostly wrong

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