>>15006386You'll fit in great here.
>>15006386autism and/or male
>>15006386Fuck... I'm retarded...
that women are subhuman niggers and we had to come up with an artificial IQ measure for them to shut the fuck up
>>15006460and you're ESL
>>15006460I did the test you can see above. The verbal IQ is highly dependent on literacy rates. It's not concerned with "emotional IQ." It had a section on detecting real words with scrambled letters vs random letters, and a section on connecting concepts together as synonyms (which had a number of words I did not recognize at all) both are highly biased to rate native English readers higher. ESL people would rate lower for sure.
>>15006472yes me too, i got 98 verbal even with my shitty english
>>15006386you took the test in your second language
>>15006474got 108 this time
>Perma online midwit board >No one posting their resultsI wonder why....
>>15006386How do i cope with low verbal iq
>>15006756read a dictionary and you could pump it up by 30 points
Never been so relieved to be a midwit
Did the test, now my computer screen is blinking, help me anons. I don't want to be kidnapped.
how do smarter people than me exist?I can't fathom how someone can see patterns that I can't.
>>15006386Yeah, I'm autistic. How could you tell?
>>15006795You know, it is a little strange that there are smarter and dumber people at all.
damn, that's rough niggathat green square task was really fun tho
is this midwit level?
>>15006849no, that's borderline disabled level
>>15006853cool, how do I get my free gibs now?
inspect elementchoose your own IQ
Which of the three determines your success in math
>>15006965Verbal seems to be the clearest answer because it relates to finding patterns and abstracting connections. But spacial can give you a better geometric intuition. Memory would make you less prone to mistakes and able to hold more in your mind. In effect they probably all contribute to your success in mathematics.
It says i've got an IQ about 88 but i am a math major kek
my memory in general is holding me back, short-term especially, it's almost as if my brain is constantly spamming the refresh button and i cant remember something i saw two seconds ago just because a change occurred, in interviews i literally read off of a script word for word because otherwise i will freeze up and say i don't know to "tell me about yourself"
tried it i was practically guessing cause i could barely see the difference with the shapes. got 127 memory iq and 97 the rest. \
>>15006386You're the smartest anon in /sci/.
>>15006386Is this more accurate than mensa.no?
It means you will remember for the rest of your life quite precisely where you were when you said something retarded.
>>15008562>more accurate than mensa.no>verbal IQ I doubt it.
>>15006386Wait, I'm... retarded?
>>15008623You exaggerate a lot, it's definitely average.
>>15008619Professional IQ tests such as the WAIS-IV and SB-V also test verbal IQ. On the WAIS-IV it's even the most g-loaded index.
>>15006849be honest anon, you guessed on some of the anagrams didn't you? you get negative points for wrong answers
Full scale: 127Memory: 138Verbal: 113Spatial: 124Took this test a year ago as well. Think my score is worse this time, though my spatial IQ is definitely higher this time around (must be all the anatomy I've studied). The verbal IQ seems to be higher too, but it's still really low, which bothers me. I guess I need to work on my verbal reasoning more. My memory IQ has gotten worse, I remember getting a near perfect score on the exposure memory task last time, this time I managed 18/26. My memory has certainly gotten worse.
>>15006386Okay I guess since I haven't slept in two days and am dealing with a flare up with my intestines. Granted I usually get like a 105-110 on these things so I am not that big brained anyway.
>>15009971Yea I did. I honestly just couldn't see most of the scrambled words in the time they gave
>>15009971>>15010266that's part of the test tho. if you're not going to have enough time to sort out all of the anagrams then it's enough to figure that certain letter combinations like DRNAI are more than likely going to make a word
The king has arrived
>>15010152Here's a (you) my friend. I understand the autoimmune / inflammatory shit you are probably dealing with. I'm 90% convinced my gut issues have lead to malnutrition as a child and thus by extension a low IQ.Hope you have a great day!
>>15006386That youre a loser.
>>15006386I'm a confirmed brainlet
>>15006386>What does this mean?That you're either illiterate or ESL.
>>15013066t. Actually reads literature
Do I fit in here
>it's another "let's jerk each other off over our IQ scores" thread
>>15006386i score high
>>15006460You lack abstract thinking capacity if you don't understand how language effortlessly maps onto various morphism structures (I am not expecting a non-math reader to know what this means, but yo use morphisms every day in your life and you should be aware how they work even if you don't know the term for it -- that is how I invoked that word), and is therefore a good indicator of ability of abstract/structured thinking.
>>15014513i was mostly baiting but this particular test is only useful if you assume all participants know what the words in the synonym recognition part are derived from so it's completely useless if the test taker is either ESL or just not very eloquentas an example, two years ago i got 85 from the verbal test and now i got 108 and there has also been a similar discrepancy in tests i've taken in my mother tonguein general this test is pretty shit maybe save for the memory score (but even then if you know some of the logos it becomes a lot easier to memorize them)
Makes sense I guess. It's in line with other scores I've gotten. I did speedrun the spatial part though.
>>15014552>ESLWhy do you say that like it matters? It only does for an online test. Who gives a shit about these anyway? Only real world ones are valid.>or just not very eloquent"not very eloquent" is a qualifier that can be broken down further, and when done so reveals that the person isn't actually as apt at abstract shit as they think they are.For example, I learned English in part by simply analyzing the sound shifts that occured that sets it apart from German, my native language. E.g. a "p" in Proto-Germanic became a "pf" or "f' in German, but remained a "p" in English, I was able to extrapolate from my knowledge of "Apfel - apple" and "offen - open" that somewhere within English a word like "Affe" with the almost same meaning but with a "p" instead of an "ff" could be found.I did not read linguistics papers. I was 11. I literally only cared about Pokemon and Dragonball Z. I was just adept at abstract thinking.You can use the same analysis/stratagem to quickly form networks of tightly interrelated words, naturally after modulo the extremely trivial derivations (e.g. the synonym of "wet", "wetter", would not be allowed if you already stated "wet" in such a quiz about synonyms or finding words via phonetics quiz, both of which were on my IQ test).If you can't, you are either more autist or not as smart as you thought you are.I mean if you are literally a nationally read expert dork math professor who talks like a 12 year old outside math, feel free to disregard my points, but they apply to anyone below that.
Why does it seem like everyone with high memory/verbal iq has relatively lower spatial and vice versa? What is the difference between a memory/verbal intelligence and a spatial intelligence?
>>15014604>Why do you say that like it matters? It only does for an online test. Who gives a shit about these anyway? Only real world ones are valid.if the prompt is huge and the options would be towering or colossal there is 0 chance you could possibly know what they mean if you've never heard what a tower is or colossus or the equivalent adverbs>"not very eloquent" is a qualifier that can be broken down further, and when done so reveals that the person isn't actually as apt at abstract shit as they think they are.i'm definitely not eloquent in russian and i would do extremely poorly in this sort of a test in russian but despite that, in my mother tongue i would perform very welldoes that mean the first mean i'm bad at abstract thinking or bad at the language?>wall of text about germani'm pretty sure you've got to be retarded to not recognize this pattern even as a kid>You can use the same analysis/stratagem to quickly form networks of tightly interrelated wordsi've got no fucking clue how can you even imply this while simultaneously saying that knowledge of vocabulary is irrelevant, what if your mother tongue is chinese? how are you supposed to guess what oeffnen means if you've never seen that word?also in what way is "wetter" a synonym to "wet"?
Why does memory iq weigh so much more heavy than spatial iq for total iq
>>15006796pretty much the same here but im dyslexic as shit and got 90 on verbal
>>15014659>i'm definitely not eloquent in russian and i would do extremely poorly in this sort of a test in russian but despite that, in my mother tongue i would perform very welldoes that mean the first mean i'm bad at abstract thinking or bad at the language?First of al, abstract thinking defines an entire field. This includes some linguistics, verbal, and grammar, as well as language use in a more artistic sense, and of course math, CS, logic, etc.Now am saying if you fail in one of these fields, you are bad at abstract thought? Nope, I don't see how you could derive such an implication from my statements. But you notice how the nature of the beast of discussing such topics is us talking about POPULATIONS of people. And there, different rules apply. If you have a population A of people and one of B, and both groups have identical aptitudes at abstract thought but the people in B are shit at linguistics and especially creative writing (the latter is not usually regarded as an abstract endeavour, but as I tried to explain, abstractism strongly maps onto creative writing ability. The reverse isn't necessarily true), then yes, I will say their abstract thinking strength is less, because I deem mentioned verbal/linguistics to be part of its total domain.>i'm pretty sure you've got to be retarded to not recognize this pattern even as a kidYes. I used that as an example because it (a simple consonant shift, which between every Euro language exists) is literally the easiest and most relatable, so my point about the mechanism is clearer.I hope you don't enjoy being treated like a special-ed case, and having have to be talked to very slowly without difficult leaps. I don't, so I thought my simple example is a good illustration.
>>15014659>i've got no fucking clue how can you even imply this while simultaneously saying that knowledge of vocabulary is irrelevant, what if your mother tongue is chinese? how are you supposed to guess what oeffnen means if you've never seen that word?As I hoped to get across, I refer to the functional mechanism, rather than list off the precise possible implementations of such. I admit it's easy to get the impression that because I talked about sound shifts, that must mean I mean this is the only such function in consideration. I actually mean an entire category of functions to enable such associations.There are other such networks. If you read the words "thou", "serf", "knight" (sorry, hard to come up with examples on the fly), is the next word in that (Markovoid) chain not more likely something like "maiden" or "ye olde" than "pre-algebra"?Temporal, social, dialectal, etc. there is literally a universe of possible connectives besides phonetics. Listen, I don't have all day. >also in what way is "wetter" a synonym to "wet"?I found it interesting to see how you would react to that (if you did). It's an endomorphism. It's not a synonym in the everyday sense of the word, but if you regard the word under abstract mathematical principles, you can regard it just a a "scaled" version of precisely the same thing, which is generated by its endomorphic structure.
>>15006738Because we have this thread every week, dumbass.
>>15014708They make a note about how they use self-reported standardized test scores submitted after the IQ test to try to improve the accuracy of the results, so memory/verbal IQ probably correlate with the standardized test scores more than spatial IQ does.
>>15014864>If you have a population A of people and one of B, and both groups have identical aptitudes at abstract thought but the people in B are shit at linguistics well that would in itself imply they aren't equally competent following your idea of what abstract thinking is but whatever >and especially creative writing (the latter is not usually regarded as an abstract endeavourand i don't see why would it be, regardless, even if this was true it still isn't relevant to what i've wrote. There is absolutely no reason to assume the verbal test has any worth if the participant isn't either native english speaker or at least very proficient because that particular test relies on vocabulary so much. This has nothing to do with creative writing or whatever branch of linguistics you're talking about because simply being exposed to a particular word multiple times is much more valuable in this case than having good linguistic skills in general >>15014884>I refer to the functional mechanism, rather than list off the precise possible implementations of suchyes i understand that, but genuinely, you simply cannot just try to measure this with this type of test because there is so much interference with how broad one's vocabulary is the result is never going to be accurate and especially so if the test taker is not proficient in english
>>15006386You're retarded and you will never forget. Given you're able to realize it ...
>>15015337Is this not because iq tests typically ignore spatial iq? Or do they ignore it because it correlates worse with life outcomes or sum?
This is a facebook iq test. You can refresh the results page and get two different results even with the same amount of correct answers.
>>15006386You're the opposite of a jew, as jews score particularly high on verbal but lower on spatial and memory.
t. midwit irl
>>15006442How do you barely know what words mean?
>>15014658probably the regions of the brain that're responsible for both of those respective functions
>>15014658Probably ESL's and autistics skewing your perception.
>>15021421btw, am i smard enough to go into physics?
>>15021474Too smard... You must be retard to do physics unfortunately...
And I thought that those anagrams would fuck me over because english as a second language..How do I into memory anons?
Something interesting to people with ADHD who may have a high IQ: Without adderall I score 120 with highly asynchronous results. Verbal is always high, memory and spatial are trash. On adderall, I max the scores. Something to consider for people who may not realize ADHD can be hyperactive or inattentive, and who may be suffering some perpetual sense of failure where your brain only works 1 day out of 900.
>>15022874short term memory should be highly trainablelong term memory cheat with anki and note taking
>>15021434Nice. What’s your major? Do you like reading any literature?
>>15022937>short term memory should be highly trainablehow?
>>15022951I wouldn't trust that. The research on that is highly conflicted and full of confounds, such as lack of control for ADHD where it is most trainable situationally. That is how you easily get high effect sizes: "Coincidentally" recruit people with ADHD who score horribly, but who gain proficiency due to periodic hyperfocusing. Lots of bullcrap like that where studies do not control for confounds. Plus, it is continually disputed whether "working memory gains" in one domain transplant to others. I do not think it ordinarily does, because people are instead adopting domain-specific mental shortcuts rather than generalizable ones in most cases.It cannot be understated how debilitating ADHD or ADD is (the latter is more slothlike/forgetful/"brain fogged"), however. That is why I bring it up so much, along with a lot of others on here.
>>15006386By the way high iq is really connected to memory, Even spatial iq iq it is. You have to keep in your mind images as long as possible (short term memory) long enough to be able to manipulate them. Because of the fact that iq is so strongly correlated with memory cant never be a measure of intelligence.Iq is a performance index
>Get 127>Close tab without screenshotting>realize mistake and go back in>2 points higherBros??
>>15006386Just keep taking the test until you reach the iq score that you want to brag about.
>>15022968That’s because you already are familiar with it and probably did it faster or took a better answer. Lol. Never take the same test twice.
>>15022982You don't understand, I just hit the back arrow to go back to the results page. I didn't take the test a second time
>>15022989Oh right. I guess IQ tests are shit online. I did hear this one was Facebook tier.
who here /consistent/
bros I think I really have ADHD, I've done nothing with my life post college
bruh eff verbal iq
>>15006849Yeah, you must now leave scit. ESL
iq doesnt matter
>>15006386>Below average I am not surprised
better than what I expected. midwit bros where we at!?
>>15013066We barely made the big brain cutoff
My psychologist made me do an IQ test and I had 120 on verbal IQ, around 100 on everything else, except for fucking memory IQ where I had like 70 lmao
>Verbal the weakest across the board.What a twist!It's all good tho, I envy people who can rotate 3D objects in their brain or remember what they saw 5 minutes ago.
tried the spatial test again and got 130 after I figured out how to solve them (first time 107), I have no attention for details. I am a cloudy mind guy. I have OCD by the way
>>15024878Right here nigga
>>15024878Here, here. Am I retarded? I probably am.
just read more books, spin 3d models in blender and play memory games and you too can be mensa.
>>15006386Am I going to develop Dementia bros?
>>15006386First time my ESLness has fucked me, memory fits pretty well, spatial as well
>>15024643easy for you to say :(I am ESL. Just read books, lol.
>>15030437Next, compare results on the racism test to your alleged IQ.https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/selectatest.html
>>15019939Thanks I was wondering if I was having a brain aneurysm when I went to reload the tab
>>15030248Just eat healthier and workout and your memory will likely improve, works for me at least.
How is a board called "science & math" so full of idiots?One glance at the scores of all anons here and you can notice that there is no one person who got less than 100. This either means that a 4chan board has an iq distribution in the top 10-15% of the population or that the site is bullshit, or at least that they overinflate the scores. Which is to be expected as such online iq sites are specifically made for midwits to jerk themselves of on having a high iq, thereby generating clicks and ad revenue. There is also the fact that it misses important parameters of iq, like logic, pattern recognition, imagination etc.
>>15030777>bunch of anons doing tests for fun>YOU MUST BE DUMBRelax faggot
>>15030777your entire argument is simply contradicted by considering the fact that if you took the average IQ of a mathematics department, it is very, very likely that not one of them would score below 100. i am not likening /sci/ to a mathematics department, but your inability to grasp that the average IQ factors in blacks, poor people and the intellectually mentally disabled and that you cannot seem to understand that the group you sample from has quite a significant effect on the result is laughable
tested at 145 professionally as a child, so not too far off expectations
>>15006386Fuck this test. English is not my first language and this is the highest I've got in my life. This test is bad or it gives you a higher score that the one you actually have. I always get like 115.
>>15007600This is starting to happen to me, at 20.I remember that when I was a kid I could just see something for less than 1/3 of a second and remember almost everything. Now I'm normal in that aspect.