Impressive score, friend!I know I do, doing some Te related activity energises me
Also I know you are all competitive, so more reason to beat that
Still though I'm beyond hopeless when it comes to seeing the big picture. It's tragic
Not sure about these websites are accurate in applying the test or considered as real measurement to anyone's intelligence, i have a huge doubt about these websites. (Not the IQ test)
I like the challenge of solving problems, and spotting patterns especially is very satisfying. I am curious about the last question, though. In every other case I could at least narrow down the range of possible answers, but I have no idea what the pattern there even was.Did you like taking it? I personally enjoy it
I like the challenge of solving problems, and spotting patterns especially is very satisfying. I am curious about the last question, though. In every other case I could at least narrow down the range of possible answers, but I have no idea what the pattern there even was.
"Smartness," and "intelligence," are distinct. While many smart-humanoid(s) are likely to have higher IQ's; all specimens with "high IQ's," may/may not be smart. Do 'extremely smart persons,' exist? - indeed, and most are simply highly educated specimens in a specific field of study or a specimen who has much accumulated knowledge about anything - not just 'correlative' data; nor easy access to knowledge sources (re: experts), but knowledge of (X)—which is for ex; a sufficiently useful tool for determining which doctor to select, and which to be weary of, however most do not have the acquired knowledge themselves to distinguish smart (re: knowledge of X) - from specimens who are heavily & critically relient on hueristics (knowledge of how to use the knowledge of (X) that exists). I would consider a humanoid with a Ph.D (& demonstrable knowledge in their area), e.g., physics, psychology, zooology, economics, mathematics, linguistics, or even the fine arts, such as music (re: mastering an instrument / composing music), someone "very smart".
I would consider a humanoid with a "high-IQ," someone highly intelligent (re: advanced problem-solving / fixation on lose/lose conflicts - solving irresolvable problematic conflicts) skill(s)). There have been plenty of 'average-IQ' humanoids with "smarts" and noticable wits. If you have both (a very smart humanoid with a HIGH IQ), I would consider the specimen along the lines of ('Hawking'). I do not think Hawking is only just, "subjectively," smart/intelligent, and most specimens would recognize him as "objectively," above the rest. If by objective, you mean POV-invariance.
Anyway, most specimens have the capacity to be smart people with average IQ's - and 'stupid' (i.e., reliance on knowledge illusions) with high-IQ, and et al. There are also 'objectively' low-functioning specimens with low IQ and very little "smarts," which most specimens haven't anything to worry about in regards to themselves, for ex; such a specimen is utilizing PerC without any major complications, I reckon they are relatively average in IQ & functional, with a capacity to be at least, be somewhat smart if the specimen applies themselves. I am sure if any such humanoid was only just very dumb (re: Low IQ & no capacity to be/gain smarts) - this would have been easily determined/addressed somewhere [in early childhood] (re: lacking the capacity to develop / problem-solve simple hiccups on the environmental terrain) which as pointed out earlier, isn't simply inability to academically keep up peers, but malfunctions with effectively and/or reasonably interacting with them as well, (i.e., severe behavioral problems) and Neuroplasticity is also a considerable factor to consider when considering other spectrum such as (age).
I'm on board with your first ¶ -- I found myself very distracted, prone to a tiny bit of mind-wandering in some part of the brain, and partly annoyed toward the end that the patterns didn't jump out at me with only a minimum of manipulation.I assume I know how much I'll score and don't see it as something that has real life application (I still feel stupid) so I don't get the reward after finishing it. More like "I wasted my time on stupid patterns that all are the same! F***!"
They are accurate for online tests. Many members of MENSA reported how the real result is very closeI can't take your given IQ test since I'm younger than 18.
But I've taken many other ones(mainly region-specific ones, since I live in Hong Kong, the questions would most likely be Math-based since we're stereotypically good at Mathematics), and I mainly get around 130-140. However, I have only taken online IQ tests, not the official ones, so I highly doubt any of these are accurate.