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Can You Correctly Answer These Easy, Medium and Hard "Harry Potter" Questions?
by Heather Cahill
Heyday Films

While the students at Hogwarts are tested on their knowledge and use of magic and the wizarding world, you'll be tested on them! Harry Potter has become a worldwide phenomenon since its creation by J.K. Rowling in the '90s. The series has become so popular that elements of it are even practiced in real life! Quidditch, anyone? The movies enjoyed just as much success as the books. Which was your favorite from the series?

Do you know Harry's friends, enemies and allies in the series? What about the creatures that are found throughout? What do you know about the creator of the series, J.K. Rowling? Can you name all of the Hogwarts houses? If those questions were too easy for you, prepare yourself – harder questions await!

Do you remember how Remus became a werewolf? What about the name of Harry Potter's children? Do you know where J. K. Rowling got her inspiration for the plant names in the series? Can you name the character that was almost killed off, but was spared at the last minute by J.K. Rowling? Without the creator, the series wouldn't be made. The author is just as important as the media itself, so make sure your brush up on your knowledge!

So, if you think you know your stuff when it comes to the wizarding world, this is the quiz for you. Use a spell to ace this quiz!

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