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    107; Geometry was always my worst subject. I'm horrible when it comes to shapes and my eyes tend to switch up symbols, etc. (I have pretty bad dyslexia :/ ) but on normal IQ tests I score 136 or higher. I even do pretty bad with inequalities because of the > <, etc. symbols. I sometimes switch them around without noticing...

    All of my math teachers used to come up to me and point out the simple mistakes I make (ex: turning minus sign into plus). Well, at least I did the equation right!

    Oh well.

    Me + Shapes = Bad
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    What do you consider a "normal" IQ test? Visual patterns are important in nearly every culture-fair tests imo.

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    I got 138, I think I got wrong the one with the "flowers".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Litvyak View Post
    What do you consider a "normal" IQ test? Visual patterns are important in nearly every culture-fair tests imo.
    Gee, one that isn't entirely made up of shapes. Like I said before, I have pretty bad dyslexia so this a poor measure of intelligence for me... And probably for other people as well.

    Intelligence is a combination of different elements, not one single thing. For instance, I can pick up a foreign language in a month, most people cannot. As of now I speak intermediate German and basic: Russian, Spanish, Mandarin, Italian, and so forth. Does that mean that I am more intelligent than most people? Absolutely not. Some people surpass me in certain subjects and vice versa.

    Different people excel in different areas and fail in others. That's not difficult to understand. I do not see patterns in shapes, but I see patterns in music and other things. Once again, some people do not see patterns in music, etc.

    Not to mention that IQ tests are a poor measure of intelligence in the first place.

    This is getting repetitive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nothappy View Post
    Visual IQ Test- Good way to waste time for about 40 min.
    Half way I got bored and stopped thinking.

    http://www.iqtest.dk/main.swf
    Calculated IQ = 100/140

    -Right at the average point.

    It's true though, I suck at visual things.
    Too easy for you, isn't it?

    (sorry if this is a repeated topic)
    40 min! ughh fuck that and btw your username is depressing.
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    I disagree, but I understand where you're coming from.

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    I got a 133.

    I couldn't figure out the checker board and the circles with dots on the outside.

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    Anyone got a clue about that last question?

    Couldn't see any hint of a pattern whatsoever.

    The checker board one had me stuffed as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erm View Post
    Anyone got a clue about that last question?
    I had to do it once more to find the answer. Needs time.

    It's B. The patterns are always "stepping" forward once from left to right. Every triangle steps forward and becomes an 'x'. Every 'x' steps one and becomes a circle. Every circle steps one and becomes a triangle. Follow the rules and you'll reach the conclusion.

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    110.

    The last few were guesses.

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