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    i got 67.97 that test was crazy.
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    I liked it. I want to do another like it.
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    I wish it had more creativity options other than words and pictures. Needs a music component, and much more examples of art. I got a score of 67.41... highest scores in complexity and persistence. With the word choice thing, the problem was, I wanted to make sense of the word choices. Could afford to have a symbolic thinking component too.
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    I think it was mainly visual because a lot of creative types are visual.
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    Typical: 62.43
    Me: 63.02

    I'm not entirely sure how to analyze that graph, but it would appear I'm bolder and more persistent than the general population.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    I was confused on the Wet/Armadillo question.

    Is it really creative to choose connecting words like Texas, Diary, and Laptop?

    I could only choose one connecting word, and even that was a stretch. Texas. And it's totally false too. I live in Texas. It has Armadillos, but it's dry as hell. Only wet 10 percent of the time. I could stretch it and just make up something about "laptop" being a connecting word. Perhaps there's a company called Armadillo Laptops - and someone once broke one by getting it wet.

    I know ...I honestly wonder if people who got really high scores just chose all the "weird" words. Did they really find a connection between Texas and Armadillos with laptops? I was honest.

    I also had a hard time maneuvering the sliding scales with my mouse. I found those annoying.

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    I retook it because I was feeling much more alert, and I got 83.98. The highest scores were in complexity, persistence, abstraction, and connection.
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    62.42 But I'm pretty sick right now.. I'll blame that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I know ...I honestly wonder if people who got really high scores just chose all the "weird" words. Did they really find a connection between Texas and Armadillos with laptops? I was honest.

    I also had a hard time maneuvering the sliding scales with my mouse. I found those annoying.
    Armadillos are common in (west? country areas) Texas. An armadillo's hard back reminds me a laptop's shell. Armadillo <-> Amarillo: wordplay.

    Is it really so hard to believe that some people think like that in a daily basis every moment?
    Wet isn't that big of a stretch either, wet lands, marsh land, gulf coast. If you want to take the extra steps you could think about the green county in northern Texas, closest the Oklahoma border. Low land floods? Humidity?

    Sooo ...there is a method to it. People with high scores are not bluffing or just arbitrarily picking the weirdest answers/cheating and the test is not somehow discriminating against sensors.

    Edit: Armadillos tend to move slowly. ..just like my last laptop. My last laptop was black and shiny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vamp View Post
    and the test is not somehow discriminating against sensors.
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    You're quite self-righteous and you kind of lost my respect way back when you got so offended by Edgar.

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