146 suckas. alot of those questions have nothing to do with natural mental abilities though. quite a few of them require knowledge, which isn't a true indicator of a persons capacity for learning and problem solving.
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Just found this interesting. Went thru twice 135 both times. About 7 mins then 4mins. Found 2 i got wrong on the 2nd pass and went faster but got the same score. BTW i finished 12th grade ciriculum in 6th grade, so the results for all of us are debatable.This is fun ,find some more!!!
For me, I've had a lot of variability in I.Q. testing over the years. When I was younger, I got to take a bunch of them. I've see as much as 20 points variability in the exact same I.Q. test taken at different times.
I've worked with my share of folks with a "genius" level IQ and I can tell you it means jack. There is a lot more than IQ that goes into being an effective brainiac (maturity, open mind, communication ability, knowledge, attitude, etc.).
'Just another thing to make you feel "special" about yourself; either in a good or bad way..