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Currently just questions taken from the Beaufort Wind Scale test

Test Summary

  • 3 Questions in a Test
  • 60 Average Time
  • 111 Tests Taken
  • 75% Average Score
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Example Questions

  • Q. "Ripples without crests" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?
  • Q. "Huge waves. Sea is completely white with foam and spray. Air is filled with driving spray, greatly reducing visibility" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?
  • Q. "Small wavelets. Crests of glassy appearance, not breaking" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?
  • Q. "Small waves with breaking crests. Fairly frequent whitecaps" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?
  • Q. "Long waves begin to form. White foam crests are very frequent. Some airborne spray is present" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?
  • Q. "Moderate waves of some length. Many whitecaps. Small amounts of spray" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?
  • Q. "Exceptionally high waves. Very large patches of foam, driven before the wind, cover much of the sea surface. Very large amounts of airborne spray severely reduce visibility" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?
  • Q. "Sea heaps up. Some foam from breaking waves is blown into streaks along wind direction. Moderate amounts of airborne spray" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?
  • Q. "Flat" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?
  • Q. "Large wavelets. Crests begin to break; scattered whitecaps" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?