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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    Votre QI a été mesuré à133, ce qui équivaut au 98,6e centile



    I'm fairly sure I completely missed #33 and #35, but I believe I may have gotten #34 correct. I spent a good amount of time trying to figure out the mechanism but realized that the commutative property might apply.

    The second row and third row have two images in common, only flipped across the line. I figured, given there didn't seem to be any evidence of subtraction in neither the first nor second row, and since there are 3 items in both the second and third row (a blank space), that the middle image of the second row (the one that isn't shared with the third row) must also be on the third row and flipped. Of the answer choices, there is one choice that is the middle image of the second row flipped across the line.

    I'm not entirely sure if I got it correct, but it felt somewhat right.
    I think that's the right one. I tried different ones and lost a point.

    I got up to 130 now because I realized I was missing one of the earlier answers.

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    120. i'm a slow test taker and always end up running out of time or guessing on the last few questions. i don't understand why these tests are timed. the clock creates a sense of urgency that distracts from my concentration. to me, it would make more sense to answer all of the questions in their entirety, then have your score adjusted accordingly for time. it's not uncommon for me to spend an inordinate amount of time on questions that i'm stuck on, at the expense of others that i know the answers to which are at the end of the test. therefore, the order in which they appear ends up being a crucial factor. and randomly guessing on questions, whether correctly or incorrectly, is not an accurate indication of one's intelligence.

    in other words, i think i'm smarter than i really am.

    i like this test better: IQ test

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    My browser promised English, but Lied! So I got 123.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pixie sticks View Post
    120. i'm a slow test taker and always end up running out of time or guessing on the last few questions. i don't understand why these tests are timed. the clock creates a sense of urgency that distracts from my concentration. to me, it would make more sense to answer all of the questions in their entirety, then have your score adjusted accordingly for time. it's not uncommon for me to spend an inordinate amount of time on questions that i'm stuck on, at the expense of others that i know the answers to which are at the end of the test. therefore, the order in which they appear ends up being a crucial factor. and randomly guessing on questions, whether correctly or incorrectly, is not an accurate indication of one's intelligence.

    in other words, i think i'm smarter than i really am.

    i like this test better: IQ test
    I like that one better too. I got 130 on it.

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    Votre QI a été mesuré à115, ce qui équivaut au 84,1e centile

    What does that percentile even mean? (I ran out of time too)

    I feel like a box of bricks

    edit: ok so it looks like I'll have to join the Milwaukee Project

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    Subscribed so that I could take the test later.

    I wonder what the French sentences mean?

    'Hey asshole you so dumb you obviously no Frenchman!!!'
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    i got 91 i'll retake it later but fucking people ugh come in and like what the fuck are you doing in the closet? get your shit and leave. and i was like oh i'll just wait til their gone!!! no cuz of that fucking timer. so i don't know if it's a legit score so i'll retake it
    So you take tests in the closet?
    Im out, its been fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poki View Post
    So you take tests in the closet?
    No my roommate was in the closet i don't think there's room for me in there. So much shit even though he has the biggest room and closet all his shit is in there
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    I didn't notice there was a countdown, lol, so I ran out of time around question 28 or so and got 123. I scored 135 the second time around.
    The test definitely works, though, my real IQ is probably between 128-130. I got something like that on a proffesional one I took as a eleven year old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pixie sticks View Post
    120. i'm a slow test taker and always end up running out of time or guessing on the last few questions. i don't understand why these tests are timed. the clock creates a sense of urgency that distracts from my concentration. to me, it would make more sense to answer all of the questions in their entirety, then have your score adjusted accordingly for time. it's not uncommon for me to spend an inordinate amount of time on questions that i'm stuck on, at the expense of others that i know the answers to which are at the end of the test. therefore, the order in which they appear ends up being a crucial factor. and randomly guessing on questions, whether correctly or incorrectly, is not an accurate indication of one's intelligence.

    in other words, i think i'm smarter than i really am.

    i like this test better: IQ test
    got 97, and yes i know these don't mean anything. but if it's all spatial relations i suck at those.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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