What did you get.
What did you get.
The Question is what did you get as the brain is a fickle thing that some people are suspiciously aware as something you might not possess.
For your information I scored 126
IQ tests in general are a waste of time but that one is ridiculous. It contains virtually no genuinely difficult questions so I can't see how it can distinguish IQ's in any meaningful sense, given that most people will get at least 75% of the questions right. I got 140 FWIW, I reckon the margin for error is at least +/- 30 though.
Can't really be arsed doing this particular test, but I'm always surprised by how highly so many people seem to score in general. Bit depressing, really. I did what was supposedly a pretty accurate one about five years ago and I think I got somewhere between 107 and 112. Fairly poor, TBH.
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i got 120
Originally Posted by benchmark00"Straight-Edge means I'm better than you!"
i got 132, but it doesnt mean anything, I know my real IQ is 118 anyway...
115, not too bad I suppose.
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I think they measure pattern-recognition (logical and mathematical) mainly, as well as what's probably some fairly simple deduction. A proper IQ test is timed, and how quickly you perform it affects the results significantly - this didn't look like it was timed, but I'm not sure, it could have been. I find myself that I'm extremely slow when it comes to visual pattern recognition (shapes following, odd ones out etc) where many people seem to breeze through those extremely quickly and naturally. I'm also very poor with mathematics if they become abstract - I was rotated between "business maths" (anybody else go through that? ) and advanced (normal) all through year 10 before dropping it when it was no longer compulsory the following year. If I had more trouble expressing myself in writing I might wonder if I was dyslexic, but I don't seem to have trouble learning outside those particular issues.
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