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Extremely cool IQ test

  1. Feb 8, 2005 #1
    Feel like you need a little humbling? This test is based on flash movies -- so you'll need a browser plug-in to run it -

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  3. Feb 8, 2005 #2
    I don't get it. I scored a 140.
  4. Feb 12, 2005 #3
    164. I'd say this isn't the most accurate test available, but it is cool
  5. Feb 12, 2005 #4
    I did not find it that cool!
  6. Feb 12, 2005 #5
    that's because you don't know what cool is. jk
    Instead of cool, how about if I say it was different than other iq tests I've taken online. I liked the timer on each question and I liked that it was more challenging than others. However, I think there should have been a place to put in my age.
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    Extraterrestrial Tribdog,huh...??I'm still earthly...

  8. Feb 12, 2005 #7
    bluescreened around question 10 the first time and scored 149 the second, so I'm guessing my score would have been somewhere below that the first time.

    Interesting test though. The timer makes you sort of panic and lose your concentration
  9. Feb 12, 2005 #8
    164...I have got that score on another iq test before, but it's more logic than the other tests I took. I think iq should be a more rounded score than just logic.
  10. Feb 12, 2005 #9
    I scored a 145 which is about average for how I do on these online type things.
  11. Feb 12, 2005 #10
    took it again and got 172, haven't tried a third time.
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    Thought I did terribly (was clueless on a couple questions, so clicked almost arbitrarily), but I got 172. I'm sure this test is just wrong.
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  13. Feb 12, 2005 #12
    turns out it's not a test on how correct you are, but how fast you can click your mouse.
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    I selected random answers all the way through: 65

    The timer is distracting and shouldn't be shown.
  15. Feb 13, 2005 #14
    The test is probably only remotely accurate in the average-gifted range, or probably 80-140. I never held the opinion that IQ tests with that sort of (comparatively low) ceiling on them could accurately gauge people who score a great majority of the questions right.
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  16. Feb 13, 2005 #15
    oh, you mean silly huemaans. yes I agree.
  17. Feb 13, 2005 #16
    IQ tests are not really my interest though i occasionally give every free test that exists (if they are free, there should be no harm right) :p

    Anyways i got enough points to solve Fermats Last Theorem.
    Beware wiles your proof will be rendered useless with my incredibly simple proof (goes and digs out the fermats lost book from his backyard). (Smart! aint i? or aint i?)

    -- AI
  18. Feb 13, 2005 #17
    This is strange. I scored 172 too. That makes 3 of us having that score.

    The test is definitely wrong.
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    Maybe it asserts points,not function of the answers given,but randomly to IP-s...Mine was small ranked and only got 131 points...Yeah,maybe i should change my net connection...

  20. Feb 13, 2005 #19
    that would be the intelligent thing to do, so maybe you should come up with somthing else. 131? that's almost average. Average people are way dumber than most. <--lol, that's funny
  21. Feb 17, 2005 #20
    By the way, what is the criterion of points for moron, average, intelligent etc. based on this test.
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