I scored 114. I do very good with figuring out what words mean when in context of something... so this isn't too accurate for me.
SubFacor IQ score = 112
Subscale percentile = 79
You appear to have a good vocabulary. You know the meanings of most of the given terms, some of which are extremely advanced. Your excellent vocabulary can help you communicate and understand the written word.
It's not really a memorization contest. If it were, I'd have done better.
No; you don't automatically do well at memorization contests just because you have strong Si. Memorizing something requires that you have seen or heard or otherwise learned it before. The fact that you did poorly is evidence that you just didn't know most of these words--if you'd seen most of them before, Si would be likely to score very highly.
If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?
111. I have no idea what my subscale percentile was, though, as I appeared to have forgotten it (and I closed the browser like a moron). Ah well.
I agree with those who've questioned the validity of this as an IQ test (not that IQ tests say much either). It means nothing if you've never seen the word before. Heck, it can't even determine what kinds of things you read, because even the more complicated books tend to use reader-friendly vocabulary.