Tuesday, October 11, 2005


  1. Go to http://www.iqtest.dk/
  2. Take test.
  3. Come back and post score.
Show off how smart you really are. ^_^

This particular test uses a different standard deviation than I'm used to, and my score was a bit lower than I expected, but it may just be the low ceiling of this test.


  1. 107.

    That was one of the more challenging IQ tests I've taken.

  2. Only two people were brave enough to post their scores? Wow. Thomas? George? Owen?

    I guess they've been scared off. You two, on the other hand, are awesome. ^_^

    I agree that it was difficult. Particularly #36 and #39, which I haven't solved to my satisfaction (I have correctly identified the right answers, but only partially understand why).

  3. Scratch that, I looked at #36 again and got it right away. That only leaves #39. ^_^

  4. Just wait, mister impatient. I haven't had a chance to take it yet.

  5. Well, hurry up! I want to talk about the answers, and I can't do that until everyone who is going to take it has taken it. ^_^

  6. 122.

    I was doing fine until the early-thirties. After that, a bunch of them really started to confuse me.

  7. Which ones gave you guys problems?

    Am I the only one who finds these types of puzzles interesting? ^_^

    I'm thinking of putting up a guide to this test, since it has a good range of difficulty. Of course, I'll have to solve #39 first. ^_^

    Something to remember is that the correct answers for most questions have multiple reasons for being correct. So you don't always have to identify every pattern to find the right answer.

  8. I don't want to discourage people from responding. ^_^

    Are you going to post yours?

  9. George? Dave? Owen? Kris? Don't let Thomas and Kyle scare you off.

  10. wow 37 was a nice question. Had to keep track of a lot of stuff. 36 I liked too; it was easy to over think it. 38 I thot was surprisingly easy for being so late in the test. 39 was very hard. Do you guys think this test underestimates IQ? Many people on other boards have received unusually low scores.