The Free IQ Test…


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Date: November 19, 2018

01) Free-IQTest.net

“The average IQ is 100. Have you wondered what your IQ score is? Our original IQ Test will give you a fast, free and accurate iq score. Take our quick free IQ test and find out just how smart you are.”

I’m pleased to announce, that my IQ remains comfortably above average…at 122…

This is consistent with how I’ve been doing on these tests, over the years…One year may be a few points higher, or a few points lower…but, 122 is right in the neighborhood, for me.

…I’m never joining MENSA…and at this point in my life, I’ll never reach the point of being an IQ genius…

…But I’m still more crafty, creative, explorative, perceptive and insightful, than the average mind.

…If only I could get myself up eight more points…I’d be Gifted!

…So close…Yet, so far away…

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13 thoughts on “The Free IQ Test…

      1. eqfoundation Post author

        I’ve always scored in the 120s…

        Having encountered a fairly deep amount of complexity, which forced me to find things to analyze…and sometimes still left me guessing [though, I figured it out sometimes, too]…I tend to think these tests are pretty fair, in measuring IQ…

        …So long as they come from a reputable source…

        …And, again…I’ve taken enough of them, to where I know that about 120-124 is common for me…

        The consistency over the years, has strengthened my trust in these tests.

      2. eqfoundation Post author

        I fell for one of those, just prior to taking this one…

        …They never said anything about charging money, until I got to the very end…Then they wanted a credit card number…

        …I was not pleased.

    1. eqfoundation Post author

      127…

      …provide you’re looking for a consistent, upward pattern…

      Otherwise…there is no fifth one in the series…and hence, no answer.

      Or, am I not crafty enough, to get what’s being asked here?

      Reply
  1. feinmann0

    No Steve you are not, although I did think the very same question you pose several times in the depths of the IQ test itself, like … WTF are they getting at here?

    Great fun.

    Reply
  2. Kindly

    Mensa is a waste of time, honestly. As it turns out, smart people are just as prone to time-wasting, apathy, and gullibility as anyone else. Better to find people who get things done. Time’s short.

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  3. Nada

    >Then they wanted a credit card number…
    Ah, there’s the true IQ test 🙂
    It would be interesting to know how intelligent MAPs perform in various areas – to what degree can higher intelligence compensate for the bias faced?

    Reply
    1. eqfoundation Post author

      “Ah, there’s the true IQ test 🙂”

      LoL!…yup!

      I totally agree…

      I hate to bash this issue to death…but it’s like I’ve said numerous times before…it really bothered the hell out of me, how research the MAP community had embarked upon in the late nineties, ended up being derailed by hostile interference.

      We should have had so much collected data, by now…Including stuff like your question.

      As to how higher intelligence compensates…I don’t seriously think of myself as much smarter than your average person…

      …But I have often wondered, if being a bit smarter and more perceptive, has set me at odds with tons of people, who…simply are not so smart.

      I mean…some of what people say to me…good lord!…

      …There’s a reason I’ve subtitled the “miscellaneous responses” section below, “the idiot zoo”…

      …I almost didn’t, because I don’t like being so belligerent…but I cant believe people are this dumb…So…my mischievous side had some fun with it.

      Sometimes, I just cannot help myself, when the a-holes come marching along. 😉

      Reply

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