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hi Eddy,

I have big experience with those all tests I am taking those tests around 20 years. I usually score around 4 sd in tests but for my feeling i do not feel so intelligent to what these all scores correspond to . Puzzles and tests are only my hobby i dont take it very seriously as maybe others.

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Eddy

What do you think is your real IQ(estimate) and why?

Or do you have no idea whats your IQ?

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My real IQ calculation is 157. Can I know what is your real IQ calculation ?



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164 of 21 tests




If every test is taken for the calculation, your "real" IQs, as mine, are lowered by a significant amount of tests with ceilings not high enough.
For example, Cambridge tests, NOZD, Humaniq, ...
It's true that the lowest scores are compensated to MAX-15, but, in the case of these tests, completing them is lowering with 100% certainty the real IQ.
So it's not really fair and doesn't make sense.

I believe that a test with a ceiling lower than the max shouldn't be taken in account, unless it doesn't make the real IQ score lower.

I believe as well that it concerns many fellows here.
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Hello Sezei and Eddy

to be honest i i avoided this all tests with lower ceiling <4sd
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Haha good intuition !

In my case I tried all the tests except Tornado 40 (because I found the previous one, Rotation 41, quite boring, and 50 minutes is too long to get bored again...)
Did it because even if lower ceiling, it's still fun to complete them as riddles game.
And as a measure of IQ I already know where I stand and high enough ceiling on this site tend to confirm it, so I don't really care if I get bad scores :
The funniest example is Domestiq with 1st attempt at 96 because I've only tried 4 questions before submitting; 2nd attempt invalid because had to go.
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I think whether using Iq scores or rarities in the calculation, the average is not the appropriate tool to use when dealing with this kind of data. I believe the median is the suitable one.
Further, with enough data, you can design your own PDF and you can set a confidence interval for a score to fall within and make predictions about your score being equal or greater than a certain value, again using the median as tool instead of the average. Just my opinion.
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If you keep everything else so high score -15, 2nd attempts -3% and so on, it would be interesting to see how big the difference between the Real IQ now and with the median would be.

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Haha good intuition !

1st attempt at 96 because I've only tried 4 questions before submitting; 2nd attempt invalid because had to go.



:-) I do not consider Domestiq as a serious iq test i scored not bad 19and 20 with this second i replace 8 answers . Frankly this is kind interpretation test which i believe that many kids with good sense of imagination could score higher than other highers scorers. I do not think of for each item Hans has at least 5-6 answers



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I scored not bad 19and 20 with this second i replace 8 answers .



Haha, 8 modifications for a difference of only one, funny too.
Well, at the 1st and 2nd true attempts (counted as 3rd and 4th), did something close to you : 18 and 21.

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Frankly this is kind interporetation test which i believe that many kids with good sense of motivation could score higher than other highers scorers. I do not think of for each item Hans has at least 5-6 answers



My intuition quite agrees with you even if there is probably higher skills which grow until adulhood as factors to correctly identify the elements (logical, cristallized, spatial). But most of all, native speakers have a great advantage (even with Google allowed), I believe, to choose among all synonyms possible the most probable ones to be accepted.
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146 could be your IQ but also 153 and also say 139. This is all in the area for which IQ testing is capable.

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...and... is that something new? Every professionall IQ tests gives a confidence interval.'Geschenkt'.

Problem is, when you chime in the convention of talking about "I could have an IQ this or that", there's often somebody who comes along with the truism that IQ measurement is not accurate, and, to boot making an objective feeback about a correlation into a personal statement. (deduction of 10 IQ points for that)

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