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The W.O.M.B.A.T. Grade 3 appeared on Rowling's website on June 13, 2007, and was taken down on June 18, 2007.

Grade 3 Test

Part One: Magical History

30 out of a possible 100 total points

  • a. widespread persecution of wizarding children by Muggles
  • b. escalating attempts by Muggles to force witches and wizards to perform magic for Muggle ends
  • c. escalating attempts by Muggles to force witches and wizards to teach them magic
  • d. increasing numbers of witch-burnings
  • e. increasing numbers of Muggles being burned in mistake for witches
  • f. failure of Ministry of Magic Delegation to Muggle King and Queen (William and Mary) begging for protection under Muggle law
  • 3. Choose the Ministry of Magic decision that, in your estimation, had the MOST DAMAGING effect on present day wizarding life.
  • 4. In your opinion, which of the same Ministry of Magic decisions have had the BEST effect on present day wizarding life?
  • a. The creation of the International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy in 1692.
  • b. The defeat of the Appeal Against House-Elf Slavery in 1973.
  • c. The drive into hiding of the surviving giants in the early 1980s.
  • d. The 1865 decision to leave full control of Gringotts in goblin hands.
  • e. The Wand Ban of 1631, which forbade Non-Human Magical Beings to carry wands.
  • 5. Which of the following popular historical theories have now been proven to be TRUE? Choose the correct THREE.
  • a. The oldest building in Diagon Alley is Gringotts Bank; the other shops grew up around it.
  • b. Towards the end of his life, Salazar Slytherin reconciled with the other [[Founders[[ of Hogwarts School and returned to the castle to die.
  • c. The Muggle 'War of the Roses' began as a dispute between wizarding neighbours over a Fanged Geranium.
  • d. The second wife of King Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, was accused by Muggles of being a witch, but was actually a Squib.
  • e. A secret task force of Wizards and Muggles helped the Allies to victory in the Second World War.
  • f. The Forbidden Forest began life as a wood planted and tended by a centaur herd.
  • g. The Great Fire of London in 1666 was not, as Muggles believe, started by a blaze in a bakery in Pudding Lane, but by a young Welsh Green Dragon kept in the basement of the house next door.
  • h. The Sorting Hat of Hogwarts was stolen and substituted by a group of delinquent students in 1325. The whereabouts of the real hat remain unknown.
  • i. Upon his death in battle in 1762, goblin rebel Vargot was discovered to be a renegade house elf.
  • j. The location and name of Hogwarts were both chosen by Rowena Ravenclaw, who dreamed that a warty hog was leading her to the cliff by the lake.
  • 6. Match the Minister of Magic with the major upheaval of his/her term in office, dates of which are marked.
  • a. Attempted assassination by centaur
  • b. Pureblood riots during Squib Rights marches
  • c. Several of the oldest Wizengamot wizards walk out in protest at Minister's appointment
  • d. Persistent denial of notorious Dark wizard's existence forces Minister's resignation after notorious Dark wizard appears at the Ministry of Magic
  • e. Ghost demonstrations at the Ministry of Magic ("protest floats")
  • f. A night of large-scale breaches of the International Wizarding Statute of Secrecy
  • a. Attempted assassination by centaur
  • b. Pureblood riots during Squib Rights marches
  • c. Several of the oldest Wizengamot wizards walk out in protest at Minister's appointment
  • d. Persistent denial of notorious Dark wizard's existence forces Minister's resignation after notorious Dark wizard appears at the Ministry of Magic
  • e. Ghost demonstrations at the Ministry of Magic ("protest floats")
  • f. A night of large-scale breaches of the International Wizarding Statute of Secrecy
  • a. Attempted assassination by centaur
  • b. Pureblood riots during Squib Rights marches
  • c. Several of the oldest Wizengamot wizards walk out in protest at Minister's appointment
  • d. Persistent denial of notorious Dark wizard's existence forces Minister's resignation after notorious Dark wizard appears at the Ministry of Magic
  • e. Ghost demonstrations at the Ministry of Magic ("protest floats")
  • f. A night of large-scale breaches of the International Wizarding Statute of Secrecy
  • a. Attempted assassination by centaur
  • b. Pureblood riots during Squib Rights marches
  • c. Several of the oldest Wizengamot wizards walk out in protest at Minister's appointment
  • d. Persistent denial of notorious Dark wizard's existence forces Minister's resignation after notorious Dark wizard appears at the Ministry of Magic
  • e. Ghost demonstrations at the Ministry of Magic ("protest floats")
  • f. A night of large-scale breaches of the International Wizarding Statute of Secrecy
  • a. Attempted assassination by centaur
  • b. Pureblood riots during Squib Rights marches
  • c. Several of the oldest Wizengamot wizards walk out in protest at Minister's appointment
  • d. Persistent denial of notorious Dark wizard's existence forces Minister's resignation after notorious Dark wizard appears at the Ministry of Magic
  • e. Ghost demonstrations at the Ministry of Magic ("protest floats")
  • f. A night of large-scale breaches of the International Wizarding Statute of Secrecy
  • a. Attempted assassination by centaur
  • b. Pureblood riots during Squib Rights marches
  • c. Several of the oldest Wizengamot wizards walk out in protest at Minister's appointment
  • d. Persistent denial of notorious Dark wizard's existence forces Minister's resignation after notorious Dark wizard appears at the Ministry of Magic
  • e. Ghost demonstrations at the Ministry of Magic ("protest floats")
  • f. A night of large-scale breaches of the International Wizarding Statute of Secrecy

Part Two: International Wizardry

20 out of a possible 100 total points

7. Mark the following statements True or False

7-1. There are witches and wizards living in every country in the world. a. TRUE b. FALSE

7-2. Some countries have wizard royal families. a. TRUE b. FALSE

7-3. The trade in flying carpets has been banned everywhere except the Far East. a. TRUE b. FALSE

7-4.The world's largest Centre for Alchemical Studies in situated in Egypt. a. TRUE b. FALSE

7-5. The age at which magic may be performed legally varies from country to country. a. TRUE b. FALSE

7-6. Inter-country Apparition has been outlawed due to extreme Splinching. a. TRUE b. FALSE

7-7. There is a wizarding school in every country where wizards and witches are found. a. TRUE b. FALSE

7-8. Portkeys may be arranged between countries only with the consent of both nations' Ministries of Magic. a. TRUE b. FALSE

7-9. It is illegal to send mail-bearing owls across international borders unless the owl has been granted authorisation. a. TRUE b. FALSE

7-10. The most persistent offender against the International Wizarding Statute of Secrecy is Scotland. a. TRUE b. FALSE

Part Three: Magical Theory

20 out of a possible 100 total points

8. Which of the following is CORRECT? a. Food can be conjured out of thin air. b. Any object can be Transfigured into food. c. Foodstuffs can be increased, Transfigured, summoned from a distance and magically cooked. d. It is impossible to make the inedible, edible. e. Food-related Charms are some of the simplest forms of magic.

9. Which of the following is INCORRECT? a. An Animagus is able to perform a kind of Self-Transfiguration. b. An Animagus is able to perform a kind of Self-Charm. c. An Animagus is able to perform a kind of magic that is NEITHER Transfiguration NOR Charm.

10. Which of the following is/are POSSIBLE? a. Curing a poison victim without the correct antidote b. Curing a curse victim without the correct counter-spell c. Un-transfiguring a person or object without knowing what they were originally d. Transfiguring animals into humans e. All of the above f. None of the above

11. Which of the following is/are IMPOSSIBLE? a. Transfiguring inanimate objects into animate objects b. Transfiguring animate objects into inanimate objects c. Vanishing inanimate objects d. Vanishing animate objects e. All of the above f. None of the above

Part Four: Dark Magic

30 out of a possible 100 total points

12. Which TWO of the following policies do you think would best serve the Ministry of Magic in its fight against the Dark Arts? a. Destroy all Dark Arts spellbooks b. Unforgivable Curses to be taught from year 1 at Hogwarts c. Outlaw sale of all goods that can be used in the Dark Arts d. Automatic life sentences in Azkaban for all convicted of Dark Arts crimes e. Improve Ministry of Magic Public Information Services f. Lift jinx on post of Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher at Hogwarts g. Persuade Boy Who Lived to front anti-Dark Arts publicity campaign

13. Which of the following is TRUE? a. To become an Inferius, a person must have been murdered by Dark Magic. b. Occlumency can guard against possession. c. Dementors are unknown in tropical climates. d. A curse is stronger than a hex, which is stronger than a jinx. e. If a werewolf mates at the full moon, they will produce a cub rather than a human baby.

14. Which of the following is FALSE? a. Patronuses vary in strength according to which animal's form they take. b. There is only one documented case of a person surviving the Killing Curse. c. Hags have only rudimentary magic, similar to that observed in trolls. d. No defensive spell exists against the Cruciatus Curse. e. Giants have traditionally allied themselves with the Dark Arts.

15. Match the dangerous being, plant or potion with the spell, substance or object that will conquer it.

15-1. Boggart a. Aconite b. Asphodel c. Bezoar d. Chocolate e. Expecto Patronum f. Fire g. Phoenix tears h. Riddikulus i. Sunlight j. Will k. Wingardium Leviosa l. Wormwood m. NO CURE

15-2. Dementor a. Aconite b. Asphodel c. Bezoar d. Chocolate e. Expecto Patronum f. Fire g. Phoenix tears h. Riddikulus i. Sunlight j. Will k. Wingardium Leviosa l. Wormwood m. NO CURE

15-3. Devil's Snare a. Aconite b. Asphodel c. Bezoar d. Chocolate e. Expecto Patronum f. Fire g. Phoenix tears h. Riddikulus i. Sunlight j. Will k. Wingardium Leviosa l. Wormwood m. NO CURE

15-4. Draught of Living Death a. Aconite b. Asphodel c. Bezoar d. Chocolate e. Expecto Patronum f. Fire g. Phoenix tears h. Riddikulus i. Sunlight j. Will k. Wingardium Leviosa l. Wormwood m. NO CURE

15-5. Imperius Curse a. Aconite b. Asphodel c. Bezoar d. Chocolate e. Expecto Patronum f. Fire g. Phoenix tears h. Riddikulus i. Sunlight j. Will k. Wingardium Leviosa l. Wormwood m. NO CURE

15-6. Inferi a. Aconite b. Asphodel c. Bezoar d. Chocolate e. Expecto Patronum f. Fire g. Phoenix tears h. Riddikulus i. Sunlight j. Will k. Wingardium Leviosa l. Wormwood m. NO CURE

15-7. Werewolf a. Aconite b. Asphodel c. Bezoar d. Chocolate e. Expecto Patronum f. Fire g. Phoenix tears h. Riddikulus i. Sunlight j. Will k. Wingardium Leviosa l. Wormwood m. NO CURE

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