This is a two-sided, one-full page test about earthquakes and volcanoes for earth science. The first section is multiple choice (thirteen questions). The second section is short answer (two questions). The third section is a table where students fill in the cells using the word bank I provided per row. In the last section, students circle all of the answer choices that are true for the correlating, numbered statement (eight questions). This test touches on igneous rock formation, vent layout, craters and calderas, seismograms, seismographs, the San Andreas Fault, ways volcanoes are classified, the cause of earthquakes, energy flow tracking and conservation, classification of volcanic emissions, differentiation between related sets of vocabulary terms (magma vs. lava, epicenter vs. hypocenter, etc.), profiling seismic waves, tsunami patterns, shield vs. composite vs. cinder cone volcanoes, active vs. dormant vs. extinct volcanoes, and worldwide zones of earthquakes and volcanoes. I temporarily assigned point values for each section. This document is editable. This test could easily be converted to and used as a summative study guide. I provided a two-sided, one-full page answer key with the answers in red font. This review activity complements an earthquake and volcano crossword puzzle set, an earthquake study guide, a volcano chapter reading/study guide, and What am I I? Volcano Vocabulary Builder Activity I published on TPT.