See how smart you *really* are...

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  1. Artur Meinild

    Artur Meinild Screenwriter

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    At least when it comes to logical and mathematical intelligence! [​IMG]
    www.mensa.com (no score, good practices.)
    www.iqtest.dk (great iq test with score.)
     
  2. Kenneth

    Kenneth Supporting Actor

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    Tough test. I got a 127 which actually matches up with an IQ test I had as a child. Not too bad, but I guess I won't be getting that Mensa application anytime soon [​IMG]
    Kenneth
     
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    Eve T Supporting Actor

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    124...I was never the sharpest tac in the box. I get by though [​IMG]
     
  4. David Susilo

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    142... what the hell?
     
  5. brentl

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    First I'll start by saying I just worked all night and I'm watching Ananda on TV.

    116

    about 10 points lower than I;ve been tested .

    Brent L
     
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    129, not too shabby. I should be getting paid better at work! [​IMG]
    KJP
     
  7. Steve Christou

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    I got 120, which is fantastic considering I lost interest half way thru and started clicking symbols at random, I still had 20mins on the clock when I finished.[​IMG]
    I had a better IQ test back in the 80's using a Mensa approved IQ program on my old Spectrum computer, and I reached 137, which I was quite proud of than, but now it seems I'm regressing back to a primitive state of being (being stupid), I've already noticed I crouch when I walk dragging my knuckles along the ground and I grunt at people in the streets.
    ps.I tried testing my cat on this IQ test and he quickly fell asleep on my lap.
    SIGNATURE PHOTO OF PRIMITIVE MAN REMOVED.
     
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    148 [​IMG]
    How valid is the second test?
     
  9. Scott Strang

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    Mine was like 120. Ha ha. What a crock. It should've been something like 70. [​IMG]
     
  10. David Lawson

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    Um...167. I should write my own damned test! [​IMG]
     
  11. Artur Meinild

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    I think the 2nd test is valid for what it does - testing logical intelligence. I got a 148 the first time, and +160 second time around with a friend. (We busted it! [​IMG] David how did you get an exact value of 167???)
    There are some tough ones in between, but then again some of them are just too lame! [​IMG]
     
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    Very fun test! [​IMG] I got a 132. Meh, I'm only 16 so I think it's fair.
     
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    127, and im 16.. [​IMG]
    cool.. im HIGH [​IMG]
     
  14. Artur Meinild

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    I found #33, #36 and #39 to be the hardest.
    Check 'em out, the answers are in spoiler mode.
    http://www.student.dtu.dk/~s001525/iqtest33.jpg
    C1 and B3 forms A2. A3 and C2 forms B1. B2 and A1 needs to form C3, so the answer is "E".

    http://www.student.dtu.dk/~s001525/iqtest36.jpg
    The dots represent positive and negative numbers. The position of the dots does not mean anything. Add the dots horizontally or vertically, and you got the answer "A".

    http://www.student.dtu.dk/~s001525/iqtest39.jpg
    Red, magenta and yellow are always in a row. Green, cyan and blue are always in a row. Black, white and grey are always in a row. Besides, they're never in the same row horizontally or vertically (except for the middle which is tilted), so the answer is "B".
    EDIT: How the hell are you guys getting scores above 160? The test maximum is 160... [​IMG]
     
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    136.

    The sad thing is that I was convinced that I only got one wrong.
     
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    Which standard of deviation are y'all using to report your scores? There's 3 of them (15, 16 and 24).
     
  20. Bill Catherall

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    Using a standard deviation of 15 I get 130

    Stand dev=16 I get 132

    Stand dev=24 I get 148

    I've never taken an IQ test before (and if I did, I don't know the score) so I don't know how this compares.

    I found most of the test laughably easy. I didn't make any guesses and I still had about 30 minutes left at the end.
     

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