Ok, I just did the Culture-Fair test, and since I hate the spatial organisation questions, I did not even try those. Yet I ended up with a score of 116, putting me in the gifted for guessing my answers. And by answering the verbal one, I ended up qualifying for their membership (although I didn't guess that many on that test. I like verbal skills, even though English is my second language) ----- Original Message ----- From: "matthew garrett" <matthew.garrett at snet.net> > According to their explanations, these tests are geared to be *very* > difficult to make them more accurate in the above average range. You are > only supposed to get a few right. It kinda makes sense. > > Thus, the "Test for Exceptional Intelligence" which is even *more* difficult > in order to make it more accurate in the 'really damn smart' range.