IQ Tests in 1500 AD?

by Philip
(Chicago)

Hi, I took the test today, during election night, and it was a really long test.


It's 11:15 PM, and I am tired, so i put I DON'T KNOW for approximately 25 of the last 109 questions. It was a really long test.

It seems each test online has a really different method of testing, like the question format. This one had MANY of the "if so and so is this, and this friend has x, and this other friend has y, and George is from Virginia, who has blond hair? I do okay with those, but there were too many, that is around question 70, when I skipped a whole page of those questions... and then i kind of lost momentum...

I have scored 146 on iqtest.com, and i scored 129 on this. and i scored 134? on another site...

So, i bet i would've gotten a higher score if i actually completed this test. but it's done.

So, maybe you should allow people to save their test, and sign in the next day, if they are semi-night owls like myself....

Other than that, I am pleased with this test. i felt challenged.

One site showed famous people's IQs. and da vinci was said to have an IQ of like 210 or 220. how was that measured back then??? 1500 AD??? I don't think they had IQ tests in 1500...???

Anyway. thanks!

Philip

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