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EU Quiz Results

10 July 2014
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On 8 July the Head of the EU Delegation, Ambassador Traian Hristea, drew the winners of the second European Union-themed online quiz organised by the EU Centre. This round of the quiz ran for two months between 29 April-1 July 2014 both in English and Armenian languages. The quiz was taken 1,489 times in Armenian and 340 times in English. Although the first EU in Armenia quiz did not receive such a great attention, the second attracted over 250 extra participants, bringing the total number of quiz participation in 2014 to 1,829. 505 people answered all questions correctly in Armenian and 158 got all the answers right in English. This meant that the percentage of right answers reached a record of 36%. In comparison, the percentage of people who submitted all correct answers in 2013 was slightly above 20%.

The grand prize, a new laptop, went to Gevorg Sinanyan, a student from Goris, Syunik region. The second prize, a netbook, was offered to Emma Aghlamazyan, a student from Yerevan, and the third prize, a Kindle eBook, went to Gayane Geghamyan from Yerevan.

Ambassador Hristea was satisfied with the outcome of the quiz: ‘It is noteworthy that a third of all people who took the quiz answered all the questions correctly’.

In addition to the main prizes (which will be handed out on 17 July), the EU Centre will give out EU Centre goody bags and organise a day of activities in Yerevan for everyone who participated in the quiz and got all the answers right. The event will focus on three important issues: EU-Armenia relations, EU development cooperation in Armenia and EU-funded projects in the country.

EU Quiz Results

On 8 July the Head of the EU Delegation, Ambassador Traian Hristea, drew the winners of the second European Union-themed online quiz organised by the EU Centre. This round of the quiz ran for two months between 29 April-1 July 2014 both in English and Armenian languages. The quiz was taken 1,489 times in Armenian and 340 times in English. Although the first EU in Armenia quiz did not receive such a great attention, the second attracted over 250 extra participants, bringing the total number of quiz participation in 2014 to 1,829. 505 people answered all questions correctly in Armenian and 158 got all the answers right in English. This meant that the percentage of right answers reached a record of 36%. In comparison, the percentage of people who submitted all correct answers in 2013 was slightly above 20%. The grand prize, a new laptop, went to Gevorg Sinanyan, a student from Goris, Syunik region. The second prize, a netbook, was offered to Emma Aghlamazyan, a student from Yerevan, and the third prize, a Kindle eBook, went to Gayane Geghamyan from Yerevan. Ambassador Hristea was satisfied with the outcome of the quiz: ‘It is noteworthy that a third of all people who took the quiz answered all the questions correctly’. In addition to the main prizes (which will be handed out on 17 July), the EU Centre will give out EU Centre goody bags and organise a day of activities in Yerevan for everyone who participated in the quiz and got all the answers right. The event will focus on three important issues: EU-Armenia relations, EU development cooperation in Armenia and EU-funded projects in the country.