Monday, 10 July 2006

Quick and dirty?

Your IQ Is 130

Your Logical Intelligence is Below Average

Your Verbal Intelligence is Genius

Your Mathematical Intelligence is Genius

Your General Knowledge is Exceptional

None of the words given is actually the opposite of gregarious (boringly, I go back to Latin derivations rather than colloquial approximations) - the result is entirely unsurprising except for the first item, of course.

You Passed 8th Grade Math

Congratulations, you got 10/10 correct!

It wasn't hard, not impressive. Though, since the last maths exam I took was O Level in 1969, I was relieved I could still do simple sums.

10 comments:

Geena said...

Oooh you ARE clever....I also did this today - only got 120....same lack of logic though...not surprising in my case.

Z said...

Just how do you get below average logic when you are, in other respects, a genius?
yes, thanks, I took this from your blog and hadn't got around to telling you yet.

diamondweeza said...

Your IQ Is 125

Your Logical Intelligence is Below Average

Your Verbal Intelligence is Genius

Your Mathematical Intelligence is Exceptional

Your General Knowledge is Exceptional

... you are The Master ;-)

Z said...

*bows graciously*
Does anyone have Average logical intelligence? Maybe even taking tests like this disqualifies us from a vestige of logical intelligence.

diamondweeza said...

Good point. Plus it's an American test so perhaps one starts with a negative logical intelligence score?

laura said...

My score was exactly that of diamondweeza's, on every measure.

Since it's an American test, then shouldn't an average score anywhere else be a genius score here?

(I'm not American; I'm Canadian.) :-)

Z said...

Hi Laura. Heh heh, you could well be right.

Blue Witch said...

What the other 2 got in every category.
But, I'm unsure what I got wrong...
As the most logical person I know, I think the test may be wrong ;)

Blue Witch said...

And I only got 9 in the maths.
*goes off to drown self in shame*

Z said...

Well, bw, evidently the difference between Genius and Exceptional at mathematical intelligence is one point at grade 8 (is that the same as year 8 here, age 12-13?).
Extra homework for you tonight I fear.