frank

01-05-2005, 10:14 PM

http://uk.tickle.com/test/iq/start.html

Come on then Marc - mine was 127

Come on then Marc - mine was 127

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frank

01-05-2005, 10:14 PM

http://uk.tickle.com/test/iq/start.html

Come on then Marc - mine was 127

Come on then Marc - mine was 127

chillin out

01-05-2005, 11:27 PM

Who says alcohol affects your brain ..hic..I got 135 after 4 cans :D

Maybe after another 4 I might pay the £8.50 to get my personalised report. :eek:

Maybe after another 4 I might pay the £8.50 to get my personalised report. :eek:

rbartlett

02-05-2005, 10:50 AM

the most interesting thing i find about these is how mind numblingly boring they are...I really really struggle to maintain interest in quesions as fascinating as -

if jill is taller than ann is an apple an orange??..

hence my 126 score...

cheers

richard

if jill is taller than ann is an apple an orange??..

hence my 126 score...

cheers

richard

bernard

02-05-2005, 11:23 AM

LOVE THESE TESTS 131,TRY WHICH DOG R YOU TEST,SHOULD GIVE YOU A LAUGH,I WAS MATCHED AS A GERMAN SHEPHERD :D :confused:

REGARDS BERNARD

REGARDS BERNARD

rbartlett

02-05-2005, 11:33 AM

one for all you saddo's then-

I am real and do exist.

In a world of straight lines and corners

I feel at risk.

I make no pledges

For I have no edges.

In any argument I can only take one side

In truth I have nothing to hide.

What am I?

here is a clue.

(x2 + y2 + z2 + 2y – 1)[( x2 + y2 + z2 - 2y – 1)2 – 8z2] + 16xz(x2 + y2 + z2 - 2y – 1) = 0

cheers

richard

I am real and do exist.

In a world of straight lines and corners

I feel at risk.

I make no pledges

For I have no edges.

In any argument I can only take one side

In truth I have nothing to hide.

What am I?

here is a clue.

(x2 + y2 + z2 + 2y – 1)[( x2 + y2 + z2 - 2y – 1)2 – 8z2] + 16xz(x2 + y2 + z2 - 2y – 1) = 0

cheers

richard

botrous

02-05-2005, 06:47 PM

I've done the test of the link and had 127 , but it's really stupid , it even can't keep your attention in it . . . . . . .

frank

02-05-2005, 08:54 PM

Hi Marc

This time it didn't have any of the questions I consider too ambiguous or too subjective.

What - even the one about Jill and Ann :D

This time it didn't have any of the questions I consider too ambiguous or too subjective.

What - even the one about Jill and Ann :D

bernard

02-05-2005, 09:49 PM

John likes 400 but not 300,he likes 100 but not 99 he likes 3600 but not 3700.

Which does he like.

A. 900

B. 1000

C. 1100

D. 1200

Please explain,the force told me to choose D. 1200

:confused:

Regards Bernard

Which does he like.

A. 900

B. 1000

C. 1100

D. 1200

Please explain,the force told me to choose D. 1200

:confused:

Regards Bernard

botrous

02-05-2005, 10:05 PM

John likes 400 but not 300,he likes 100 but not 99 he likes 3600 but not 3700.

Which does he like.

A. 900

B. 1000

C. 1100

D. 1200

Please explain,the force told me to choose D. 1200

:confused:

Regards Bernard

1200/3=400

1200/12=100

1200*3=3600

none of the other numbers give such results for the three combinations :cool:

Which does he like.

A. 900

B. 1000

C. 1100

D. 1200

Please explain,the force told me to choose D. 1200

:confused:

Regards Bernard

1200/3=400

1200/12=100

1200*3=3600

none of the other numbers give such results for the three combinations :cool:

PobodysNerfect

02-05-2005, 10:39 PM

He likes squares. 900 is a square, 1200 is not.

Jan

Jan

PobodysNerfect

03-05-2005, 05:08 AM

I didn't get that one.

How much time are you supposed to give yourself with the test? I try to select the first intuitively correct answer and then of course quickly move on. To get questions like the one above correct I would have pause and go into a form of dedicated thought doing a bit of calculation and thought experimentation.

Obviously time is important, that’s why it doesn't make much sense to compare results from the net where the tests are not timed.

Anyway, you have some time, and instantly you look for patterns. In a number sequence, if the first number is a known prime, you check for primes. If the first is a known square, you check for squares, if the second is one third of the first you check for that.

Checking for all the usual suspect doesn't take time as this is done automatically. If the answer does come almost instantly, you can decide to rely on your intuition.

But what is intuition? The brain recognizes a pattern, you don’t see? This is certain to fail in cases like this. This is a calculated, constructed example, which doesn't lend itself to intuition.

It is my experience anyway, if I don’t see the pattern in this types of test, I likely get it wrong.

Saludos

How much time are you supposed to give yourself with the test? I try to select the first intuitively correct answer and then of course quickly move on. To get questions like the one above correct I would have pause and go into a form of dedicated thought doing a bit of calculation and thought experimentation.

Obviously time is important, that’s why it doesn't make much sense to compare results from the net where the tests are not timed.

Anyway, you have some time, and instantly you look for patterns. In a number sequence, if the first number is a known prime, you check for primes. If the first is a known square, you check for squares, if the second is one third of the first you check for that.

Checking for all the usual suspect doesn't take time as this is done automatically. If the answer does come almost instantly, you can decide to rely on your intuition.

But what is intuition? The brain recognizes a pattern, you don’t see? This is certain to fail in cases like this. This is a calculated, constructed example, which doesn't lend itself to intuition.

It is my experience anyway, if I don’t see the pattern in this types of test, I likely get it wrong.

Saludos

frank

03-05-2005, 07:04 PM

So what is the correct answer?

rbartlett

03-05-2005, 07:19 PM

one for all you saddo's then-

I am real and do exist.

In a world of straight lines and corners

I feel at risk.

I make no pledges

For I have no edges.

In any argument I can only take one side

In truth I have nothing to hide.

What am I?

here is a clue.

(x2 + y2 + z2 + 2y – 1)[( x2 + y2 + z2 - 2y – 1)2 – 8z2] + 16xz(x2 + y2 + z2 - 2y – 1) = 0

cheers

richard

and everyone is studiously avoiding my question..far to hard for here I guess..

cheers

richard

I am real and do exist.

In a world of straight lines and corners

I feel at risk.

I make no pledges

For I have no edges.

In any argument I can only take one side

In truth I have nothing to hide.

What am I?

here is a clue.

(x2 + y2 + z2 + 2y – 1)[( x2 + y2 + z2 - 2y – 1)2 – 8z2] + 16xz(x2 + y2 + z2 - 2y – 1) = 0

cheers

richard

and everyone is studiously avoiding my question..far to hard for here I guess..

cheers

richard

rbartlett

03-05-2005, 09:47 PM

I remember reading that the best way to fire up an entp is to say a problem is unsolvable or best get some one else to solve it..

it's amazing how some react to type ;-))

cheers

richard

it's amazing how some react to type ;-))

cheers

richard

Nancy08

05-10-2009, 09:05 AM

I love this thread. I learned a lot.

The most important criterion in diagnosing a man as learning disabled is the IQ test. The aim of an IQ test is to measure the intelligence of a man, which supposedly is an indication of the human's potential.

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The most important criterion in diagnosing a man as learning disabled is the IQ test. The aim of an IQ test is to measure the intelligence of a man, which supposedly is an indication of the human's potential.

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