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shazou
12-05-2017, 03:20 PM
https://i.imgur.com/UGaqm4J.jpg
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https://i.imgur.com/TYotHIj.jpg

cercle
12-05-2017, 03:34 PM
Thanks but no thanks , it doesn't worth paying 4 dollars for this. The same report based on same studies is available for free at DNA.LAND.

shazou
12-05-2017, 04:05 PM
Here's a free Mensa IQ test to check your phenotypic-IQ: http://test.mensa.no/

Lank
12-05-2017, 05:50 PM
Posting the freebies from DNA.LAND. Rather than getting an ego boost from this, it should be noted that it only corresponds to a handful of IQ points. And it's based on a study on Europeans, so it may not even be relevant.

IQ:
http://i67.tinypic.com/15cg2zn.png


Educational attainment:
http://i65.tinypic.com/28h1z50.png

Dibran
12-05-2017, 06:49 PM
Here's a free Mensa IQ test to check your phenotypic-IQ: http://test.mensa.no/

120 IQ using Mensa. Is that bad? lolol

shazou
12-05-2017, 07:42 PM
120 IQ using Mensa. Is that bad? lolol
I think it's pretty above average actually.

I got 119..
https://i.imgur.com/UXVL26D.jpg

Dibran
12-05-2017, 08:27 PM
I think it's pretty above average actually.

I got 119..
https://i.imgur.com/UXVL26D.jpg

Is the Mensa one the official IQ test? I know there are a million of them online. Curious as to what the official credited test is. Like Myers briggs for personality.

alexfritz
12-05-2017, 09:08 PM
125 with Mensa
20257
but after ~70% i was just guessing, guess that wasnt a dumb choice;

kush
12-05-2017, 09:44 PM
Here's my dna.land IQ prediciton
https://i.imgur.com/POR1mh7.jpg

I got 138 on mensa. The score seems inflated tbh.
https://i.imgur.com/oa04REal.jpg

Tz85
12-05-2017, 10:13 PM
Yes this is true, I'm a Genius lol.

michal3141
12-05-2017, 10:14 PM
125 with Mensa
20257
but after ~70% i was just guessing, guess that wasnt a dumb choice;

I've got the same score and yeah at some point due to the lack of time I started choosing random answers :P

This is what they give me in DNA.LAND:

20261

ADW_1981
12-06-2017, 12:47 AM
Those DNA Land intelligence questions aren't the greatest, not sure if they impact score. Having money in your pocket today is always better than waiting many days if not weeks for it. This is especially true when the variance between the numbers is so small.

firemonkey
12-06-2017, 10:02 PM
Here's a free Mensa IQ test to check your phenotypic-IQ: http://test.mensa.no/

I'm very sceptical about that one. I got 102 whereas my average for such non verbal IQ tests is about 75.

firemonkey
12-06-2017, 10:11 PM
Duplicate post

firemonkey
12-06-2017, 10:12 PM
Can't find the CFNSE to do.


20282

My non verbal/visuospatial intelligence is quite a few SD below my verbal intelligence.

firemonkey
12-06-2017, 11:03 PM
Re the JCTI. I did the timed 25 minute culture fair test with results sent by email.


General Culture Fair Intelligence Test

IQ = 40 (95% Confidence Interval = 38 - 54)
Raw score (number of correct answers out of 66) = 20


As you can probably guess I've trained a robot to make my posts.

Sangarius
12-07-2017, 12:24 AM
Is the Mensa one the official IQ test? I know there are a million of them online. Curious as to what the official credited test is. Like Myers briggs for personality.

Mensa uses different IQ tests in different countries, and they also switch them up from time to time. I did the Mensa test in Germany about 3 years ago, it was noticably different than the ones they offer on their websites. I had tried the Danish and German online versions before. The real test takes place in a controlled environment, takes 90 minutes and is done with pen and paper. You get two folders, one has the questions and the other one is for inputting solutions. While that might sound like a trivial detail, such a set-up is much more sensitive to errors. The test I did involved various types of batteries: verbal, numerical, visuo-spatial etc. These raven's progressive matrices type of tests (like on their websites) where not part of the real test I took. It's obvious that they wouldn't include a type of test that they use as advertising, since everybody is already familiar with it.

Regarding the accuracy of online IQ-tests, the Jouve-Cerebrals Test of Induction (JCTI) and Culture Faire Numerical and Spatial Exam (CFNSE) are considered the most reliable IQ-tests available on the internet.
While the JCTI is purely visuo-spatial and the CFNSE numerical and visuo-spatial, they gave me the same result. The Mensa test, consisting of a wide variety of tests, yielded a pretty similar result. So, I guess that might be a further validation of those two tests.



Those DNA Land intelligence questions aren't the greatest, not sure if they impact score. Having money in your pocket today is always better than waiting many days if not weeks for it. This is especially true when the variance between the numbers is so small.

The questions don't impact your score at all. It's a quick IQ-test that dna.land uses to gather data about their users for their own research, which they do with all their trait predictors.

Sangarius
12-07-2017, 04:55 AM
I could swear these are replies to my post, as no one else brought the JCTI and CFNSE up before. But why do your posts show up earlier than mine? Are you a time traveller?


Can't find the CFNSE to do.


20282

My non verbal/visuospatial intelligence is quite a few SD below my verbal intelligence.

Hmm, the CFNSE seems to not be around anymore. I have the test as pdf, but it requires a website to calculate your score, which now is off-line. But the CFNSE is designed as an IQ-test for the 98th percentile an up.


Re the JCTI. I did the timed 25 minute culture fair test with results sent by email.


General Culture Fair Intelligence Test

IQ = 40 (95% Confidence Interval = 38 - 54)
Raw score (number of correct answers out of 66) = 20


As you can probably guess I've trained a robot to make my posts.

The JCTI is not a timed test if I remember correctly, or the time span was something like 2-3 hours. And it only contains up to 52 elements, depending on your performance. So, that's not the same test. The CFNSE has no time limitation at all. You can take multiple days if you want.

firemonkey
12-07-2017, 06:39 AM
I could swear these are replies to my post, as no one else brought the JCTI and CFNSE up before. But why do your posts show up earlier than mine? Are you a time traveller?



Hmm, the CFNSE seems to not be around anymore. I have the test as pdf, but it requires a website to calculate your score, which now is off-line. But the CFNSE is designed as an IQ-test for the 98th percentile an up.



The JCTI is not a timed test if I remember correctly, or the time span was something like 2-3 hours. And it only contains up to 52 elements, depending on your performance. So, that's not the same test. The CFNSE has no time limitation at all. You can take multiple days if you want.


It was a glitch in the system. As I posted well after midnight. You are correct the JCTI is not a timed test , but they also give you an option to do a timed test and send you the link to the test and the result you get by email.

This was the email I got with the link to the test.

Nonverbal intelligence test: <a href="http://www.cerebrals.org/tests/7/gcfit.html">click here.</a>

As it is timed (25 minutes), please click the link only when you have enough time to take it.

Regards,
Cerebrals Testing Service

firemonkey
12-07-2017, 10:42 AM
This post made at 10.42. Previous post made at 10.39.

Sangarius
12-07-2017, 11:24 AM
This post made at 10.42. Previous post made at 10.39.

Wow, the board software is super buggy. I'm pretty sure I didn't write the previous post at 5:55 either.

trdbr1234
12-09-2017, 09:06 PM
https://i.imgur.com/hAWNnMw.png

130. Got up to 80% 'ish and did not randomly choose the rest. I believe a wrong answer reflects the points as negatively as a correct answer does positively. Guessing what you don't know would on average lower your overall IQ result. My guess how it works. Not sure.