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2. 255/300.

Most of those are either obvious facts or very easy to work out in your head.
3. 225/300
4. 210, above average for my age
5. Incredibly
6. This is horse****.
7. I can't view the video but I know it's probably going to be quite low anyways
8. 225 and 22.06
9. 255/300
10. Got 285/300 and end score of 23.83... So apparently I'm a genius
11. I got 240

But because I'm dividing it by my age (32) it meant I ended up with 15.5, below average, which is just a load of absolute *******s.

That means a 90 year old scoring the same must be very thick!*

What a ridiculous test.*
12. 285 (forgot where Aztecs are from lel) and 23.83 lol. Normally I am terrible at general knowledge but these were mostly standard.
13. (Original post by Aph)
Got 285/300 and end score of 23.83
Woo twins!

...Why isn't Auckland the capital of NZ?! D:

Also I'm very sad for all of the over 21s who apparently are mathematically incapable of being geniuses.
14. (Original post by Plagioclase)
Woo twins!

...Why isn't Auckland the capital of NZ?! D:

Also I'm very sad for all of the over 21s who apparently are mathematically incapable of being geniuses.
Ummmm over 18's divide by 18 you know???

And because wellington is?
15. (Original post by PinkMobilePhone)
I got 240

But because I'm dividing it by my age (32) it meant I ended up with 15.5, below average, which is just a load of absolute *******s.

That means a 90 year old scoring the same must be very thick!*

What a ridiculous test.*
As above the instructions said that if you are over 18 you divide by 18 and below 10 you divide by 10... So you got 21.33....
16. (Original post by Aph)
Ummmm over 18's divide by 18 you know???
Well it's not very helpful that the video says "Enter your final score into the calculator and divide it by your age" then, if that's not what it actually wants you to do...
17. (Original post by Plagioclase)
Well it's not very helpful that the video says "Enter your final score into the calculator and divide it by your age" then, if that's not what it actually wants you to do...
It was unclear but directly underneath it gave the instruction for under 10 and over 18
18. (Original post by PinkMobilePhone)
I got 240

But because I'm dividing it by my age (32) it meant I ended up with 15.5, below average, which is just a load of absolute *******s.

That means a 90 year old scoring the same must be very thick!*

What a ridiculous test.*
I agree
19. doh

I'm okay at general knowledge but apparently terrible at reading instructions

(and it DID initially say to divide by your age)*
20. I got 270/300 and 23.9 for my score. I don't think I am a genius though

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