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giovedì 25 luglio 2013

Professional IQ tests for free (evaluate your IQ level by yourself, for free, at home)...


Most common supervised IQ tests cannot measure very high IQs above 145-155 (s.d. 15). So, if your IQ score on a standardized IQ test (i.e. FRT or RAPM), you can try an IQ test for the high range.

Usually you have to pay to receive a score on such IQ tests but I have made my X-Test available on Scribd.


So, here is my proposal:

First of all, go to Classic IQ Test and take the test.

If your score is above 130, you can take my X-Test and then score it as I have explained in my paper X-Test Solution and scoring rules.


The complete solutions list for the Classic IQ Test is as follows:

iqtest.dk solutions:
1  D
2  F
3  B
4  G
5  A
6  H
7  B
8  E
9  H
10  A
11  C
12  F
13  B
14  D
15  H
16  E
17  F
18  C
19  E
20  D
21  G
22  A
23  B
24  H
25  B
26  A
27  H
28  G
29  E
30  A
31  D
32  E
33  G
34  G
35  C
36  F
37  H
38  F
39  B


Now you can be pretty confident that your IQ range is the real one.
So, if you scored (at the first attempt, it is clear), let us say, 118 on the Classic IQ test (iqtest.dk), you should avoid to take the X-Test, otherwise (if your score is 130+), you would try the X-Test (an HRT accepted by more than 20 recognized international high IQ societies) to find your true IQ range (up to 173 s.d. 15).


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lunedì 22 luglio 2013

Italian World Intelligence Network

Ho il piacere e l'onore di annunciare che sono appena diventato anche l'amministratore dell'Italian World Intelligence Network, filiale italiana, in lingua italiana, del WIN (la più grande meta-IQ Society del cyberspazio, il gruppo fondato dal Dr. Evangelos Katsioulis il primo gennaio 2001).

Italian World Intelligence Network

Fibonacci e Numeri Primi

Canone classico (Marco Ripà 19-08-2011)    (1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34)

Fu
In
Belli
Orpelli
Nascosta quell’
Accattivante sequenza
Contenente le rispondenze naturali:
Conchiglie, petali di rose, corolle di fiori, i rami, le foglie.
Infine anche l’uomo si piegò all’aurea proporzione; Fidia scolpì e Ictino eresse il Partenone.



Atomi sfuggenti (Marco Ripà 19-08-2011)    (2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23,29,31)

Nati
Un giorno
Mentre un astro
Esplodeva lucente,
Rischiarano le nottate di tutti
I sognatori che tentano invano di
Penetrarne il motivo di fondo. Quella melodia
Riemann ascoltava estasiato, senza però escogitare
In quale modo si dimostra come mai gli zeri della sua funzione “zeta”
Mai si scostano dalla rotta ad essi imposta. Molti e più ci proveranno in avvenire.
Intanto che le stelle cadono e risorgono, i primi ammiccano a una speme mal riposta.

venerdì 19 luglio 2013

X-Test Full Solutions: Part 4 (last part)



On this blog you can find the complete X-Test solutions: here is Part 4. Part 4 is the last and the hardest part of the whole test, the part which I designed thinking to IQs above 150 SD 15. Item 15 was designed by me thinking to IQs above 170 SD 15 and it remains one of the three unsolved items in the whole test (together with items 5 and 6 of part 3).

OLD VERSION

PART 4:
Numerical sequences (the X represent hidden elements and/or elements that are impossible to explicitate):

1) q1w2e3?4t5??    (q1w2e3r4t5y6  - QWERTY and QWERTZ (q1w2e3r4t5z6) are both correct RAW score 1/1)

2) 567891234, 68954123, 89563412, ?   (956824341)

3) -3,X,0,X,3,333,6,66663,9,?,?,..  (999999999,12)

4) SOC0, V2, ILT5, MNFH14, WEI?    (WEI9  - in fact, A=N=3, C=O=0, etc... you have to cosider the original font I used in the original .docx/PDF you can find on Box.net)

5) 5,5,1,6,0,2,4,?,1,3,7,-2,0,?,4,?,-3,-1 ,…             (5,5,1,6,0,2,4,-1,1,3,7,-2,0,2,4,3,-3,-1  - see item 8)

6) i,0,1,?               (i,0,1,1.4142…   - sqrt(-1), sqrt(0), sqrt(1)--> sqrt(2))

7) You know that  26=(5*5)+1: EIMQU,CGKTX,?, EIMQU      (AJNRWZ       -    you have to draw a (5x5)+1 square grid of letters)

8) 10,10,1,11,0,2,4,X,?,?,?,...    (10, 10, 1, 11, 0, 2, 4, X, 1, 3, 12,... - This item is connected with item 5)... IMHO it is a common flaw belonging to most of widely accepted HRTs!!)

9) Y*Y=Z    Z-1=1111 ; find the value of y, the solution isn’t sqrt(1110)      (y=sqrt(16)=4=100)

10) 0,0,4142,7320,0,2360,4494,? (the solution is 6457)     (you have to look at the decimal parts of sqrt(1), sqrt(2), sqrt(3), sqrt(4), etc...)

11) 2,5,7,23,?,53,73,..  (? = 37)

12) ?,17,24,38,59,94,153,?,?,…    (?,?,? = 1,..,377,993    - base 17, why not?)

13) You know that e=2,718281828459045235360287471352.. and pi=3,141592653589793238462643383279..; complete the logical sequences:
a -    101011101011X110???...     (X,X,1)
b -    XXX234536???... (4,7,8)    [comparison between "e" and "pi"]

14)   ?,F,O,N,C,B;10,9,8,7,6,5   (Ne - periodic table of the elements, do you know?)

15) UNSOVED ITEM)   You have to translate the word GONIOMETRIC in a strange alphabet related to “the area of a circle with unitary range”, you know that the world CIRCLE is represented by LQXUE: how you will write GONIOMETRIC?      (PWTRMIUUH)

Cicle-->pi (3.14159265358979328...) Area-->pi^2 (9.869604401089358)
(PWTRMIUUH)  (Option 2: PWTRMIUF--> 0,5 points out of 1)

NEW VERSION

PART 4:


Numerical sequences (the X represent hidden elements and/or elements that are impossible to explicitate):


1) You are in a decimal system. You can use only two integer numbers – from 0 to 9 - (different from each other) and relate them using only two of the following operators (you can’t use the same operator twice): What is the greatest number you can obtain? You can also insert the “( )” to choose the order of the operations.  
(   (8^9)!   )

2) 567891234, 68954123, 89563412, ?   (956824341)

3) -3,X,0,X,3,333,6,66663,9,?,?,..  (999999999,12)

4) SOC0, V2, ILT5, MNFH14, WEI?    (WEI9  - in fact, A=N=3, C=O=0, etc... you have to cosider the original font I used in the original .docx/PDF you can find on Box.net)

5) 5,5,1,6,0,2,4,?,1,3,7,-2,0,?,4,?,-3,-1 ,…             (5,5,1,6,0,2,4,-1,1,3,7,-2,0,2,4,3,-3,-1  - see item 8)

6) i,0,1,?               (i,0,1,1.4142…   - sqrt(-1), sqrt(0), sqrt(1)--> sqrt(2))

7) You know that  26=(5*5)+1: EIMQU,CGKTX,?, EIMQU      (AJNRWZ       -    you have to draw a (5x5)+1 square grid of letters)

8) 10,10,1,11,0,2,4,X,?,?,?,...    (10, 10, 1, 11, 0, 2, 4, X, 1, 3, 12,... - This item is connected with item 5)... IMHO it is a common flaw belonging to most of widely accepted HRTs!!)

9) Y*Y=Z    Z-1=1111 ; find the value of y, the solution isn’t sqrt(1110)      (y=sqrt(16)=4=100)

10) 0,0,4142,7320,0,2360,4494,? (the solution is 6457)     (you have to look at the decimal parts of sqrt(1), sqrt(2), sqrt(3), sqrt(4), etc...)

11) 2,5,7,23,?,53,73,.. 
(The solution is: 3; L; P, 6 - you can draw it on the .jpg figure, obviously) 


12) ?,17,24,38,59,94,153,?,?,…    (?,?,? = 1,..,377,993    - base 17, why not?)

13) You know that e=2,718281828459045235360287471352.. and pi=3,141592653589793238462643383279..; complete the logical sequences:
a -    101011101011X110???...     (X,X,1)
b -    XXX234536???... (4,7,8)    [comparison between "e" and "pi"]

14)  

a-  ?,F,O,N,C,B;10,9,8,7,6,5   (Ne - periodic table of the elements, do you know?)

b-  C, T, S, P, ? ; ?, 3, 4, 5, X    (H, 1  - same thing as above: Circle, Triangle, Square,...)

15) UNSOVED ITEM)   You have to translate the word GONIOMETRIC in a strange alphabet related to “the area of a circle with unitary range”, you know that the world CIRCLE is represented by LQXUE: how you will write GONIOMETRIC?      (PWTRMIUUH)

Cicle-->pi (3.14159265358979328...) Area-->pi^2 (9.869604401089358)
(PWTRMIUUH)  (Option 2: PWTRMIUF--> 0,5 points out of 1)