Trevortni wrote:Many, many years ago in sixth grade, I was administered an IQ test. It did turn up positive, but I remember a question on it that I have always been curious about. This question was:
Q: "Who was Charles Darwin?"
Now, up to that point, I had somehow only heard the name Charles Darwin mentioned on the radio. Christian radio. So I think my response was more or less understandable:
A: "Didn't he found some kind of cult or something?"
I have always wondered how that might have been scored, and what the response of the guy that administered the test might have been. Does anyone have any thoughts on the subject?
macroarray wrote:The mentioned Raven's Matrices might be a good test for younger individuals, and I like the idea of pattern-recognition tests, but Raven's Matrices don't look awfully difficult for anybody past grade school.
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