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    My score was 141.
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    Mine was 149. I think there was only one problem where I really didn't know what the hell was going on and I finally just said "answer that seems least wrong".

    I especially liked the last few questions. They were cutely clever.
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    120. which i don't think is too awful considering i wtf'd and guessed my whole way through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krig the Viking View Post
    My score was 141.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jason_m
    My score was 141.
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    Thanks, this was a nice distraction for a while. I went over 30 minutes because I absolutely hate being timed (all I can do is watch the timer), so I got 156. It would have been much lower if I played by the rules, I 'spose.

    Can somebody post the answer to 27? That's the only one I left blank. Nevermind, just got it.
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    127 with the time limit. lol there were 11 unanswered. I wanna try it when I'm not tired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BG
    127 with...11 unanswered.


    137. (But where was the timer?)

    (EDIT: If you leave 'em all blank, you're still IQ 90.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CILi View Post


    137. (But where was the timer?)

    (EDIT: If you leave 'em all blank, you're still IQ 90.)
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    156 within the time limit, with a bit of guesswork (alright a lot of guesswork). I wish wrong answered were highlighted after you get the score.

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    Yeah, I went back after the time limit and noticed that I had answered one of the question wrong because of a typo :/
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    it looks my score wasnt so good considering other peoples' scores and the 90 minimum. damn, lol.

    i'm curious how you guys went about answering...visualization? logical deduction? did you rule out the ones that didnt fit first, or did you go straight for the ones that did? i dont know which ones i got wrong, but i struggled a lot more with the rectangular style ones and found the grid style ones to be simpler, and i wonder if that means anything. i also wonder if these kinds of problems are related to any functions, like Ti or Ne.

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    127 with timer. (Just rushing through, I can't think under pressure. :wink
    140 without timer and more careful thinking.
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    Argh, this is annoyingly long. I'll try this when I'm not so impatient. Also, fuck timing.

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    Uhm. I got a perfect score (170). Although I must say I pretty much guessed two of them, it could have been much lower if luck didn't assist me. I generally rock at visual & timed tests, I fare much worse with purely verbal ones.

    i'm curious how you guys went about answering...visualization? logical deduction? did you rule out the ones that didnt fit first, or did you go straight for the ones that did?
    Just...I guess you would call it "visual deduction". It's not completely conscious, so I don't know how to explain the process in detail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Uhm. I got a perfect score (170).

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    Quote Originally Posted by laghlagh View Post
    i'm curious how you guys went about answering...visualization? logical deduction? did you rule out the ones that didnt fit first, or did you go straight for the ones that did?
    I take a brief look at the line of images as a whole at first. If I can see a pattern, I just pick out the solution and I got it. If I don't find a pattern at the first glance, (which happens most of the time) I try out different rules which might apply in a trial & error way. And if I still can't find a solution after that, I just take the answer which appears to make the most sense. The latter is the last resort.

    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Uhm. I got a perfect score (170). Although I must say I pretty much guessed two of them, it could have been much lower if luck didn't assist me. I generally rock at visual & timed tests, I fare much worse with purely verbal ones.
    Cool! This is a great achievement.

    I don't want to imply that this is the same situation here in any way, but I took a pattern test at similarminds.com and I (somehow) scored a very high result. I liked that of course, but I took it again after a while to verify this high rating. I don't know how I scored the second time, but it was distinctly lower. :wink:
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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaDoomer View Post
    I don't want to imply that this is the same situation here in any way, but I took a pattern test at similarminds.com and I (somehow) scored a very high result. I liked that of course, but I took it again after a while to verify this high rating. I don't know how I scored the second time, but it was distinctly lower. :wink:
    Yeah, I know, this is typical. If I try to do a similar test again I would probably get a 140-150 I believe. Doing something "perfectly" is often a matter of ... luck.
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    135 with timer.

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    Also 135.

    Don't know if I feel proud or stupid. I made random guesses on several questions towards the end as I ran out of time.
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