Snape Quiz: All Things About Snape

Severus Snape (9 January 1960 – 2 May 1998) was an English wizard who worked at the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry as a Potions Teacher (1981-1996), Professor of Defense Against the Dark Arts (1996-1997), and Principal (1997-1998). Members of the Order of the Phoenix and Death Eaters, as well as students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. In both the Wizarding Wars against Voldemort, his double existence was crucial.

But the question is do you love Snape as much as we do? If you do, here is a quiz for you to take on Severus Snape. Goodluck!

  • Question of

    What is the difference between monkshood and wolfsbane?

    • Only Monkshood is poisonous
    • Monkshood is used in Polyjuice potion, woldsbane is not
    • There is no difference
    • Only Wolfsbane is poisonous
  • Question of

    How many drops of Veritaserum would get someone to spill their innermost secrets?

    • 10
    • 3
    • 1
    • 5
  • Question of

    Which of the following would you not find in Polyjuice Potion?

    • Shrivelfigs
    • Leeches
    • Lacewig flies
    • Boomslang skin
  • Question of

    What was Lily’s eye shape?

    • Hooded
    • Almond
    • Monolid
    • Round
  • Question of

    What distinctly average mark did Harry Potter receive in his Potions O.W.L.?

    • Dreadful
    • Excellent
    • Poor
    • Exceeds Exceptions
  • Question of

    In the books, where did we see Severus Snape for the first time?

    • In the great hall
    • In a Hogwarts corridor
    • In his study
    • In the classroom
  • Question of

    Snape’s nose is said to be like a…

    • Hook
    • Raised
    • Lowered
    • Wavy
  • Question of

    Where did Snape grow up as a child?

    • Spinner’s End
    • Hogwarts
    • Little Hangleton
    • Laburnum Gardens
  • Question of

    Which of Snape’s parents was a Muggle?

    • His father
    • His Mother
  • Question of

    Finish this iconic dialogue by Snape: Would you like me to do it now? . . . Or would you like a few moments to compose an ____?

    • epitaph
    • eternity
    • poem
    • autobiography