P3P All Classroom & Exam Answers – Persona 3 Portable

P3P All Classroom & Exam Answers

A straightforward guide to all the classroom and exam questions that will be asked throughout Persona 3 Portable. Answering them correctly will increase your Charm social stat / social quality.

P3P All Classroom & Exam Answers

Guide to all the classroom and exam questions that will be asked throughout Persona 3 Portable.

APRIL CLASSROOM ANSWERS

4/8

Q: Who did I say was my favorite author?

A: Utsobu Kubota

4/20

Q: What was the style of houses in the Jomson period called?

A: Mud huts

4/27

Q: Do you know when numbers were invented?

A: 6,000 years ago.

MAY CLASSROOM ANSWERS

5/6

Q: What do you call water without much calcium and magnesium?

A: Soft water.

5/13

Q: How fast would you say the Earth rotates near the equator?

A: 1,700 km/ph

5/15

Q: One of the items on the menu for the family is “pan.” How would you translate this to English?

A: Bread

MAY MID-TERM EXAMS

5/19

Q: How would you translate “pan” in English?

A: Bread

5/20

Q: How fast does the Earth rotate near the equator?

A: Faster than sound.

5/21

Q: What’s the name for water high in calcium and magnesium?

A: Hard water

5/22

Q: Where is the Kitora Tomb located?

A: Nara

JUNE CLASSROOM ANSWERS

6/15

Q: Fill in the blank with the appropriate conjunction: “It rained all last week, __ it’ll rain again today.”

A: And

6/17

Q: What formed the origins of magic?

A: Shamanism

6/22

Q: Which of these is NOT known as a “devilfish”?

A: Jellyfish

6/25

Q: What form of natural magic was used to look for water sources?

A: Dowsing

6/29

Q: Which way does the swirl go in the northern hemisphere?

A: It can go either way.

JULY CLASSROOM ANSWERS

7/3

Q: How am I supposed to know about someone who lived that long ago? Wh-What do I say, [protagonist name]?

A: The Global Heritage Pavilion

7/8

Q: Which of these phrases is incorrect? (and is example of a comma splice)

A: “I’ve failed, it’s over now.”

7/9

Q: What law served as a foundation of the development of feudalism?

A: The Konden Eizen Shizaihou

7/10

Q: What is the mystical study of Jewish texts?

A: Kabbalah

7/11

Q: What title did Taira No Masakado claim for himself?

A: The Imperial Prince

FIRST SEMESTER FINAL EXAM

7/14

Q: What is the form of natural magic used to find water sources?

A: Dowsing

7/15

Q: Some Europeans call this creature “devilfish” and refuse to eat it.

A: Octopus

7/16

Q: Who established the Kamakura Shogunate?

A: Minamoto No Yoritomo

7/17

Q: Which is an example of a comma splice?

A: “I went, I learned.”

SEPTEMBER CLASSROOM ANSWERS

9/1

Q: What do you call the phenomenon when electrical resistance is zero?

A: Superconductivity

9/10

Q: What do we say after we eat?

A: Gochisou-sama

9/11

Q: What book helped further the art of magic during the Renaissance?

A: The Hermetica

9/14

Q: Which of these is NOT one of Japan’s prohibitions on nuclear weapons?

A: Can’t let others produce.

9/26

Q: What is the collective name for the four holy numbers in numerology?

A: The Tetractys.

OCTOBER CLASSROOM ANSWERS

10/7

Q: Do you know why a matador’s capote is red?

A: To excite the audience.

SECOND SEMESTER MIDTERMS

10/13

Q: What is the number one source of stress for women?

A: Husbands

10/14

Q: Who founded numerology?

A: Moses

Note: The actual correct answer is Pythagrius, but the game’s correct answer is Moses.

10/15

Q: What is superconductiviy?

A: Zero electric resistance

10/16

Q: The Ohnin War was one of the two incidents that triggered the Sengoku era. Which was the other?

A: Coup of Meiou

OCTOBER CONTINUED

10/19

Q: How many calendar patterns are there?

A: Fourteen

10/22

Q: Natto comes from soybeans, too, but how is it made?

A: By fermenting them

10/23

Q: Who is the founder of Theosophy, which gave rise to many magical societies?

A: Madam Blavatsky

10/26

Q: But which one of these things is NOT Arabic?

A: Wristwatch

10/29

Q: One type of acid’s function is to break lactic acid into glucose and galactose. What is that enzyme called?

A: Lactase

NOVEMBER CLASSROOM ANSWERS

11/7

Q: As Sei Shounagon once said, “fuyu wa tsutomete…” I’m sure you know what that means, [protagonist name.]

A: Winter mornings are pleasant.

11/12

Q: What is the ancient Indian magical text I mentioned today?

A: The Upanishads

11/30

Q: They used white makeup, plucked their eyebrows in favor of drawn-on ones, and colored their teeth with limonite. But do you think the men did these things?

A: They did both

DECEMBER CLASSROOM ANSWERS

12/7

Q: Which allotrope is formed by three oxygen atoms.

A: Ozone

12/11

Q: Did you hear what she said, [protagonist name]? Do you know the answer?

A: Cacti

DECEMBER EXAMS

12/14

Q: What year did the battle of Dan-no-ura begin?

A: 1185

12/15

Q: Which element is found in the ozone?

A: Oxygen

12/16

Q: Which rule relates to the Lorentz Force?

A: Left-hand rule

12/17

Q: Translate the following: “Fuyu wa tsutomete.”

A: Winter mornings are pleasant.

12/18

Q: Which plural is formed correctly?

A: Cacti

DECEMBER CONTINUED

12/21

Q: What sorcery was Himiko said to have used?

A: Kido.

12/22

Q: What is the feeling of happiness in a near-death experience called?

A: Euphoria.

JANUARY CLASSROOM ANSWERS

1/8

Q: Of the three phrases I’ve written on the blackboard, tell me… which one is correct?-

A: It’s wrong.

1/18

Q: I mentioned two Greek sorceresses. One was Medea; who was the other?

A: Circe.

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