Myth vs. Reality
Think You're an Alcohol Expert? Take this True/False Quiz to Find Out!
|"Liquor before beer, in the clear. Beer before liquor, never sicker."||True||False|
|"Pound for pound, men and women can handle the same amount of alcohol."||True||False|
|"Drinking water or something with caffeine, taking a cold shower, or exercising will sober you up."||True||False|
|"Caffeine intensifies the effects of alcohol."||True||False|
|"Drinking in hot or cold weather can alter the effects of alcohol."||True||False|
|"The more you drink, the better the buzz."||True||False|
- 6 correct: Professor - you should definitely check out the Peer Leadership link about doing peer-to-peer alcohol education!
- 4 or 5 correct: Graduate Research Assistant - you certainly know your stuff, but aren't ready to teach a class just yet.
- 3 correct: Teaching Assistant - you could teach some students a thing or two about the realities of alcohol.
- 2 correct: Student - you have some studying to do before the final.
- 0 or 1 correct: New Admission - Welcome to Northeastern! You have a lot to learn.
Did you know?
There are three main types of alcohol: methanol or methyl alcohol is wood alcohol and is used in products such as antifreeze, copier toner, and certain solvents; isopropanol or isopropyl alcohol is used as a cleaning agent and is the most common form of rubbing alcohol used to clean wounds; ethanol or ethyl alcohol is the alcohol people can drink and can be used as a fuel for cars.