I failed a confidence test at , just about any confidence level, with 7 /12 , though maybe I had some subconscious knowledge helping me increase my p from 1/4 to something higher.At least I can say, that it's a fair test as I confirmed the hypothesis guess under total ignorance and achieve the expectation value of a binomial distributed random variable.
I don't remember all of them, but several seemed to have names that could go with the apparent nationality of the person. Also, I know of at least a few which the other choices were real people. Maybe all of the choices are real scientists. So you maybe think to yourself "I think I've heard that name. Maybe it's her."8/12. I was certain about four of them, and got 50% of my guesses right. As I basically went on "(s)he looks like a <name> to me" for the ones I didn't know, that looks like a win for stereotyping. Yay?