MuggleNet’s O.W.L. exams daily progress report – History of Magic and Muggle Studies review
On today’s Daily MuggleNet Ordinary Wizarding Level Examination (O.W.L.s) progress report, we take a look at the final two exams: History of Magic and Muggle Studies.
Note: For those of you still having trouble receiving your results, do not worry or panic. As long as the exam has been taken and when you go back into the Great Hall, that exam is not an available option, your grades have been recorded. We are implementing a better email sending code over the weekend and everyone will be able to receive their results next week. By taking a minimum of eight exams you will be able to retrieve all of your exam results by E-owl without having to take another exam. But of course you will still want to try all twelve exams.
If you haven’t started your exams yet, head over to the Great Hall right here, register to receive your candidate number and begin taking your MuggleNet O.W.L. exams immediately. The exams will be available through Sunday, June 24th.
- Total Candidates taking O.W.L. exams: 18,470
- Total Number of Examinations taken: 47,186
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For those of you who have not taken the History of Magic or Muggle Studies exams at this time, we will give you one difficult question and answer from each test bank.
History of Magic: What wizard was famous for producing seven Squib sons and turning them all into hedgehogs in disgust?
Answer: Thaddeus Thurkell
Muggle Studies: Which witch was imprisoned for actions stemming from her desire to reveal the Wizarding World to Muggles?
Answer: Carlotta Pinkstone
The question bank has more questions in each category than the number of questions you must answer. Since the questions are randomly selected for each test, there is a chance you may not get the questions we share with you.