Persona 5 Royal: All Classroom Answers & Questions (2023)


Zhiqing Wan

This has become a staple of the Persona series at this point, but if you want your main character to truly excel at all facets of the game, you’re going to have to answer a few classroom quiz questions eventually. Here are all the classroom quiz questions and answers in Persona 5 Royal.

All Classroom Questions and Answers in Persona 5 Royal

There is some overlap in the questions with the original game, but for the most part, Persona 5 Royal presents players with a brand new slate of questions that you’ll need to ace if you want to max out your Knowledge stat quickly. Here are all the classroom questions and answers we’ve found so far in Persona 5 Royal.

  • 4/12: Tell me what the Devil’s Dictionary defined as the chief factor in the progress of the human race. Answer: Villains.
  • 4/19: Between A and B… which line seems longer? Answer: They’re the same.
  • 4/23: Do you know the name of the Roman emperor who participated in the Olympics? Between music, theater, and chariot racing, which sport did Nero win when he participated in the Olympics? Answer: All of them.
  • 4/27: It’s said you only need a few colors in order to paint so that adjacent colors are clearly separated. Do you know the name of the theorem named after this number? Answer: Four color theorem.
  • 4/30: Are you a wunderkind? Answer: Wonder, child, prodigy.
  • 5/7: So what’s the literal translation of the phrase “femme fatale”? Answer: Fatal woman.
  • 5/10: You know the time period Yoshitsune was active in, don’t you? Answer: Heian period.
  • 5/16: What do we call the phenomenon where believing in a treatment’s power is enough to improve your condition? Answer: The placebo effect.
  • 5/19: Which famous ukiyo-e artist of the Edo period is said to have moved residence over 100 times? Answer: Katsushika Hokusai.
  • 5/21: The golden ratio is 1:1.618, but do you know the silver ratio? Answer: 1:1.414.
  • 5/23: The root words of synesthesia are “syn” and “aisthesis.” What do they mean? Answer: Together, senses, senses coming together.
  • 5/26: Do you know which author Leblanc borrowed from? Answer: Arthur Conan Doyle.
  • 5/31: Do you know which peg-legged, parrot toting historical figure’s appearance became visual shorthand for pirates? Answer: John Silver.
  • 6/4: What do you think the name for this phenomenon is? Answer: The halo effect.
  • 6/7: The red king crab is biologically related to the hermit crab. So how is it different from a crab? Do you know? Answer: The number of legs.
  • 6/8: Where does totalitarianism take things a step further than authoritarianism? Answer: Controlling public thought.
  • 6/13: When washing your hair with dissolved copper, your hair color changes. What color do you think it turns? Answer: Green.
  • 6/15: Between paper bills and coins, which one is issued by the government? Answer: Coins.
  • 6/20: One of these has minor metals in it, right? Answer: Smartphone.
  • 6/23: Now, do you know what this woman’s position was? Answer: Pope.
  • 6/27: Which of these animals is involved in an English idiom about the weather? Answer: Dogs.
  • 6/29: What do you think it says on the back of this piece? Answer: Gold.
  • 7/1: What’s the meaning of the original Chinese phrase that these dumplings’ name came from? Answer: Barbarian’s head.
  • 7/4: Two people are responsible for July and August having 31 days. Do you know who they are? Answer: Julius and Augustus.
  • 7/7: So Tanabata’s about gods crossing a starry sky to reunite once every year. It might have something to do with… Answer: The Milky Way. So if the traditional food is something inspired by the Milky Way… Answer: Somen noodles.
  • 7/9: The sum of A through E is the same as the sum of the internal angles of a triangle –180 degrees. Do you know what shape it is? Answer: Triangle.
  • 7/11: How long do you think you can retain long-term memories? Answer: Memories that last a long time, infinite, forever.
  • 7/12: He did something during the Sengoku period that had him and his family boiled to death. Do you know what he did? Answer: Thievery.
  • 9/3: Each hand in this famous statue means something, but… do you know what the right represents? Answer: Prosperity.
  • 9/6: Do you know the name of that phenomenon where the second hand looks like it’s stopped moving? Answer: Chronostasis.
  • 9/14: What does a pawn shop offer that a secondhand shop doesn’t? Answer: Money loans for collateral.
  • 9/17: What’s one of the supposed origins for the phrase “cat got your tongue”? Answer: Cats eating human tongues.
  • 9/21: Robot comes from a word in Czech… But where in Europe is the Czech Republic located? Answer: Central Europe.
  • 9/24: How many black and white shapes are there respectively on a soccer ball? Answer: 20 white, 12 black.
  • 9/28: What is this phenomenon commonly called in English? Answer: Phantom, vibration, syndrome.
  • 9/29: But the fisherman of Nagaragawa are actually civil servants as well. So, tell me which sector they belong to. Answer: Imperial Household Agency.
  • 10/3: If we use “three watermelons in the sun” to visualize a certain matter’s size against the universe’s, what are the melons? Answer: Stars.
  • 10/6: Now, do you know who invented this instrument? Answer: Joseph-Ignace Guillotin.
  • 10/11: Which name was most commonly ascribed to shape B? Answer: Bouba.
  • 10/22: Now, tell me the total count for each column in this magic square. Answer: 15.
  • 10/24: From a psychological standpoint, what’s a key reason our memories can differ from reality? Answer: Memory bias.
  • 11/2: Can you tell me the meaning of the word “wack” in Thieves’ Cant? Answer: A share of stolen goods.
  • 11/4: Clubs is a club, diamonds is a gem… So, what does a spade represent? Answer: A sword.
  • 11/8: Tell me how old you have to be to listen in on a trial. Answer: Any age.
  • 11/10: Do you know why it’s missing in the character for “crow”? Answer: Crow eyes are hard to see.
  • 11/12: Do you know why voices sound so different over the phone? Answer: Because the voice is synthetic.
  • 11/14: You know that you can see the sun rise the earliest atop Mount Fuji, right? Tell me why that is. Answer: Because of high altitude.
  • 11/15: He was to be paraded through the city, and punished in a very particular way. How was he punished? Answer: His head was put on display.
  • 11/17: Do you know the name for this graph? Your hint is “snails”… Answer: Cochleoid.
  • 1/11: What’s that phrase supposed to tell us about the Shinto gods? Answer: How numerous they are, the Eight Million Gods.
  • 1/14: Where do you think the fictional land of “Ihatov” is modeled after? Answer: Iwate.
  • 1/18: What did the word “awful” originally mean? Answer: Impressive.
  • 1/21: Do you know what she’s stepping on? Answer: A snake.
  • 1/24: What would “salty” mean if used in the slang sense? Answer: Kind-hearted, negative, resentful.
  • 1/27: How far did this study suggest personal happiness can spread? Answer: To friends of friends of friends.

What Classroom Answers Do

Persona 5 Royal: All Classroom Answers & Questions (2)

While getting all the classroom questions right in Persona 5 Royal doesn’t affect the overall narrative, it’s still recommended to try to get all of them correct. Answering those questions correctly will give you a huge Knowledge boost, and maxing out your social stats is crucial in unlocking certain Confidant ranks and other in-game activities.

That’s all you need to know about the classroom quiz questions and answers in Persona 5 Royal for now. If you’re looking for more help on the game, such as a full gift guide for the Confidants or all the crossword puzzle solutions, we’ve got you covered as well.

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Persona 5 Royal: All Classroom Answers & Questions (3)

Zhiqing Wan

Zhiqing is the Reviews Editor for Twinfinite, and a History graduate from Singapore. She's been in the games media industry for nine years, trawling through showfloors, conferences, and spending a ridiculous amount of time making in-depth spreadsheets for min-max-y RPGs. When she's not singing the praises of Amazon's Kindle as the greatest technological invention of the past two decades, you can probably find her in a FromSoft rabbit hole.

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