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116 on double trouble ouch... your brain is very fast, my best is 106 (new best) for the moment.

I am surprised than you scored 24/30 On EMC-30R like me. Maybe you did not take enough time

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ProbaBly he also has an IQ of 140 like you ;-)

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116 on double trouble ouch... your brain is very fast, my best is 104 (new best) for the moment.

I am surprised than you scored 24/30 On EMC-30R like me. Maybe you did not take enough time



Between 104 and 116 the gap isn't a big deal and perhaps with some training you could score even higher than my top score. Of course, I wouldn't say the same to someone who hardly reaches 70.

About EMC-30R I took around 3 hours for this test (if I count time for remaining 20 items from 1st version + 10 items from 2nd).
I feel quite happy with this 24 even if it's lower than what I use to score in term of IQ. I didn't expected much more because I saw many alternative and equivalent answers, so it was about luck as well. The reliability (cronbach's alpha) is quite low ([sign in to see URL]) which confirms it.
So even if I had taken much more time to complete it, I don't think it would have changed much.

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ProbaBly he also has an IQ of 140 like you ;-)


Actually, my scores are certainly much more inflated :
In real life I can only pronounce the word "Sezei" (and it's not even my name, it's syllables I can spell), I can't read either and every evenings I poop my pants. Have to go now, I need my nurse 'cause it's the night and I'm still dirty where I sit !
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@Sezei

I thought something like that :-)

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Let´s think that the HRT´s and IQExams Tests have a 15 or 20 point Inflation. The whole High IQ World would be a big joke :-)


No, but we should be sensitive and careful with our scores and be aware of the experimental nature of HRT's -

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I think the norms here are mostly accurate for 1st time testers. Actually it might even be deflated for 1st timers as Hans is setting the norms by looking at what the regulars score also.
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Let´s think that the HRT´s and IQExams Tests have a 15 or 20 point Inflation. The whole High IQ World would be a big joke :-)


No, but we should be sensitive and careful with our scores and be aware of the experimental nature of HRT's -

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Let´s think that the HRT´s and IQExams Tests have a 15 or 20 point Inflation. The whole High IQ World would be a big joke :-)


No, but we should be sensitive and careful with our scores and be aware of the experimental nature of HRT's -

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You can find out pretty easily by doing one of the big tests out there like Mach or numerus classic. See how ur results compare to the proctored tests u have taken, this way you can check for deflation and possibly for inflation.


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I have proctored test scores from 145 to 161 :-)
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Measuring IQ is not like measuring lenght. It is much harder since IQ depends on so many unstable factors/conditions. Repeatability of measurements is very important parameter to determine uncertainty properly. With lenght it is easy, if you measure with same ruler 10 times in 10 days timespan, you will have great repeatability, small error/uncertainty. If you measure IQ, even with the same instrument (same test) results may be very different, even in very narrow time window. If you use two different tests to measure IQ and in wider time interval ( several months or years between testings) you may get even biger difference of results. Intelligence is very hard to measure precisely, it is very unstable and very fluctuating unit, dependant of many complex factors hard to controll and hard to compansate their influnce (quantify their impact on IQ measurements). Among many of these factors, motivation and current mood are probably most significant.
Getting 145 on one test and 161 on the other is quite normal, especialy if these tests were not taken immediately one after the other and in the same proctored conditions.

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