YOUR IQ compared to" World Chess Champion" Garry Kasparov ..


  • 7 months ago · Quote · #361

    bobbyDK

    I don't want to know my IQ what good will do for me?

    if I'm 200 I can go and be pleased with that

    but if i'm 40 I can go and be sad about that

  • 7 months ago · Quote · #362

    fantaberry

    I only missed number 5, since I looked at it and immediately thought it to be the fibonacci sequence, but I seriously doubt that these questions are in the same league as those delivered to Kasparov.

  • 7 months ago · Quote · #363

    YoungPatzer

    GreedyPawnEater wrote:

    I dont think chess players have very high IQ. Most of them dont

    In my humble research, I have found that IM's display a wider array of talents than GM's. I wouldn't make it a rule, but it seems that longstanding IM's display a higher verbal IQ than those who became GM's early in life.

    After all, it's the verbal IQ that makes you social and capable of attracting success to your life.

    Addendum: The GM's are obviously superior on visual IQ tests, according to my same...hmm...humble research.

  • 5 months ago · Quote · #364

    KenBrace

    Here were my answers. The inncorrect answers are highlighted in bold text.

    1. Whale
    2. 90 - 93
    3. Hermes
    4. Optics
    5. 39
    6. Aristotle
    7. Washington
    8. 144
    9. J
    10. 22

    So I got 8/10. According to the chart that would put my IQ at around 142. I honestly doubt this is accurate. But regardless of the validity it was a fun test to take.

    Below were the reasons for each of my answers.

    1. "Whale" was the only mammal. All the other animals were fish.
    2. The sequence contined the following pattern: add 3 to previous number, double previous number. So 45 doubled is 90. Then adding 3 to 90 gives 93. Hence the answer "90 - 93".
    3. "Hermes" was the only mythical God that does not have a place in our solar system.
    4. Acoustics is the study of sound. Optics is the study of light. Hence the answer: "optics".
    5. The number sequence contains the following pattern: double the previous number and then add 1, double then add 2, double then add 3, etc. 22 doubled is 44, then subtracting 5 gives "39" hence the answer.
    6. "Aristotile" was a philosopher. All of the other men listed were composers.
    7. "Washington" is a US state, not a city. All of the other items listed are capital cities.
    8. "144" was the only number that did not contain an integer divisible by 3. I can't believe I didn't notice that all of the numbers were square roots except for one. Ouch!
    9. The letters of the alphabet seem to be listed according to the following numerical sequence: forward 1, forward 3, forward 5, forward 7, forward 9. The numbers increment by 2. So the number list is B, E, J, Q, Z with "J" being the missing letter and the answer.
    10. I noticed two corresponding patterns in this number sequence. First off the most obvious pattern is the 1, 2, 3 increment in the first row and 3, 5, 7 in the second. But there is also a more deeply hidden pattern that gives the same answer. Notice that if you add two of the first numbers together you get a corresponding value in the second row. 4 + 6 = 10, 6 + 9 = 15, and 9 + 13 = 22. Both patterns point to "22" being the answer.
  • 5 months ago · Quote · #365

    MonkeyH

    Yeah strange associations. I got 135 with 6 right but English is not my native language. I don't even know what a pike is?>

  • 5 weeks ago · Quote · #366

    its_only_me

    for question 10 an alternative way is :

    nevermind kenbrace found it already :-)

  • 5 weeks ago · Quote · #367

    DrSpudnik

    MonkeyH wrote:

    Yeah strange associations. I got 135 with 6 right but English is not my native language. I don't even know what a pike is?>

    It's either a fish, a weapon or a road.

  • 5 weeks ago · Quote · #368

    balbolas

    9/10..... i hate you whale xd

  • 4 weeks ago · Quote · #369

    its_only_me

    the test is fun but a bit light to get to conclusions.

    in terms of the tactics trainer :

    if i solve all 10 within 30 seconds purely by writing immediately down my first guess praying for success, am i a genius if by chance i got them all ?

  • 4 weeks ago · Quote · #370

    finn416

    All the ones I actually answered were right. Not sure this is accurate though...

    TOTAL: 115.

  • 2 weeks ago · Quote · #371

    JustThisPost

    The first could be Salmon to in that its the only where it can reside in both fresh and salt water where as the other generally don't except in rare case

    21 is a better answer than 22 for the last problem #10.

    Look at the numbers

    4,  6,  9, 13
     7, 10, 15, ??


    9 = 2 * 4 + 1

    13 = 2 * 6 + 1

    15 = 2 * 7 + 1


    See the pattern

    The number for the Ith index =(2 * [number for (Ith -2) Index]) + 1


    Therefore the last one is

    2 * 10 + 1 = 21

  • 2 weeks ago · Quote · #372

    JustThisPost

    pt1992 wrote:

    This test measures actual knowledge, which shouldn't have anything to do with IQ.

    Of the 10 questions 4 were sequences to see if you see the pattern that weren't really dependent on knowledge with the possible exeption of the question that asked "B,E,?,Q,Z " but in that case I all have to know is the order of the alphabet starting with letter A so that is very minimal knowledge.

  • 2 weeks ago · Quote · #373

    JustThisPost

    trysts wrote:

    Question two is 30, 33, not 90, 93.

    Incorroect. It is 90, 93

    6,9,18,21,42,45,??,??


    The pattern is that to get an odd index you multiple by 2 the previous number. To get an even index you add 3 to the previous number


    So therefore the ??? after 45 is index 7 which is odd so you multiple 45 with 2 and you get 90. The next index 8 which is even so you add 3 to the 90 and get 93.

  • 14 days ago · Quote · #374

    DrSpudnik

    I can never figure those things out. I'm probably retarded.


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