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Persona 3 Reload: All school questions and answers

Every class question in Persona 3 Reload and the correct answer
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One of the biggest changes made to Persona 3 Reload is the school. All lessons and questions have been changed, so you can get that feeling of going back to learning all over again.

However, if you’re feeling more of a smartass than a clever clog, we’ve got a handy cheat sheet to help you with all the right answers.

The questions in this guide are organized by month and include the correct answers to the reworded questions you get during the two midterm exams, as well as the final exams' questions.

Here’s all the school questions and answers in Persona 3 Reload.


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What phrase symbolizes summer!?


  • What phrase symbolizes summer!?
    • Vivid carp streamers


  • The places where people dumped their waste in the Jomon period – what are they called nowadays?
    • Middens


  • [Protagonist] do you know which one is not an algebraic spiral or whatever?
    • A



  • What do you call the device that helps generate electric power from the train?
    • A pantograph


  • Which tool did he use in his experiments?
    • A pendulum


  • What’s the other name for “May Sickness”... the more casual one?
    • May Blues

May Midterms

Persona 3 Reaload midterm questions Leon Foucault's pendulum

Which of the following did Léon Foucault use in his experiment on the rotation of the Earth?

  • What is the other common expression used to describe “May Sickness”?
    • May Blues
  • Which of the following did Léon Foucault use in his experiment on the rotation of the Earth?
    • A pendulum
  • Which of the following is generated by a pantograph
    • Electricity
  • During which historical period were Middens most commonly used?
    • Jomon



  • Which phrase means “able to see things for what they really are”?
    • Keen eye


  • What early religious practice was the origin of magic?
    • Shamanism


  • What else do people call this curve?
    • Witch of Agnesi


  • What’s it called when the air bubbles in a whirlpool bath hit you and make your body vibrate?
    • The flutter effect


  • What form of natural magic is used to find water sources?
    • Dowsing



  • H-Hey, lend me a hand here, [Protagonist]. What kinda tale is he talking about?
    • About romance


  • “Because it is 10:30 right now, we will not reach the theater in time, it’s already started, to my dismay.”
    • Between “time” and “it’s”


  • At the same time, a serious problem arose for farmers. Do you remember what it was?
    • Social disparity


  • What is the esoteric study of Jewish texts called?
    • Kabbalah


  • Now, what do you think that item was? It’s something every samurai needs!
    • The katana

July Finals

  • Which form of magic is used to find water sources?
    • Dowsing
  • How did the Witch of Agnesi gain the first half of its name?
    • An error in translation
  • Who designed the prototype for the katana?
    • Taira No Masakado
  • There’s an error in this sentence, what kind is it?
    • Comma splice


Persona 3 Reload spill the beans question

H-Hey, [Protagonist], do you know what it means to “spill the beans”?


  • What property of electricity is relevant to superconductivity?
    • Resistance


  • H-Hey, [Protagonist], do you know what it means to “spill the beans”?
    • To reveal a secret


  • Which book helped further the art of magic during the Renaissance?
    • The Hermetica


  • Who is one referring to when speaking of their “better half”?
    • Their soulmate


  • What is the collective name for the four holy numbers in numerology?
    • Tetractys



  • Which hormone is the one in your brain that provides a sense of achievement?
    • Dopamine


  • Who was the founder of Theosophy, a group that gave rise to many other magical societies?
    • Helena Blavatsky


  • We used the number “zero” a lot. Do you know where it originally came from, though?
    • India


  • Which Roman goddess has been theorized as the namesake for the month of April?
    • Venus


  • But there’s one region that instead calls it “the month with gods,” because that’s where they all go! Do you know which one it is?
    • Izumo


  • A certain enzyme brings out the sweetness in them when they’re baked. Do you happen to know what it is?
    • Beta-amylase

October Midterms

  • The hormone dopamine is related to our sense of accomplishment. Name a symptom of its over-production.
    • Addiction
  • Who is considered by many to be the first numerologist, whose name lives on today in mathematical theorem?
    • Pythagoras
  • What happens when electrical resistance reaches zero? Hint: It was the word I used to confess my love for someone…
    • Superconductivity
  • What is the meaning of the phrase “to spill the beans”?
    • To reveal a secret



  • What is the ancient Indian magical text I mentioned today?
    • The Mahabharata


  • What was she describing with such a sparse line?
    • Her favorite time in winter


  • In the poem that Genji, the protagonist, sends to her, what did he compare her to?
    • The cherry blossom



  • What’s the name of the stratospheric layer of molecules comprised of three oxygen atoms?
    • The ozone layer


  • What sorcery was Himiko said to have used?
    • Kido


  • Did you catch what she said? Do you know the answer?
    • Lives


  • What do you call the feeling of joy that comes from a near death experience?
    • Euphoria

December Finals

  • Which of the following originated in India?
    • The number zero
  • When heated, the beta-amylase enzymes in sweet potatoes react with the starch present to produce which disaccharide?
    • Maltose
  • Which Roman goddess has been theorized as the namesake for the month of April?
    • Venus
  • In the Tale of Genji, who does Hikaru Genji compare to cherry blossoms?
    • Murasaki-no-Ue
  • Which of the following words is not in the correct plural form?
    • Geeses



  • “The new year is the index of a journey to a certain place.” Where is this “certain place” he is referring to?
    • The underworld


  • I’ve mentioned two Greek sorceresses. One was Medea. Who was the other?
    • Circe