Like the previous test (on http://www.intelligence-test.net/part1), you have to work out what the letters mean.
If you don't know what to do, just try http://www.intelligence-test.net/part1, as a lot of the questions/answers
in there are more basic (easier). This intelligence test should be harder than the previous one, and at the same
time easier - there is no cultural bias this time.
It doesn't matter if you write the answers in uppercase or lowercase, but the answers
must be exactly as expected (no additional intervals or dashes and the spelling must be correct).
There is no time limit for this test.
Answers will automatically be verified as you type 'em.
Take your time, and try to answer all of these ... It should be both fun and satisfactory for you ...
If you find all the answers, you have an outstanding mind and pretty high IQ.
More than 98% of the people would not be able to do it.
Try solving it by yourself ... Some of the questions require creative thinking,
but all of them are common knowledge...
If you're stuck and need the answers, try figuring 'em out with friends or other people ...
24 H in a D
5 to 7 C of the W
1 O G E 4 Y
208 to 214 B in a H B
2 M a P
6 S of a C
8 B in a B
1.6 K in a M
4 W of a C
8 L on a S
191 U N M S
2 D in a W
168 H in a W
7 D S
9 P in the S S
17 is a P N
9 M of P
17 S in a H P
1 7 S H in the W
52 W K on a P
21 Q S F
4 H of the A
115 K C E
6 S W M (S F)
Scoring: 1 to 8 is Average, 9 - 19 Intelligent, 20+ Sharp minded (probably a genius)
Believe it or not, this type of test can be a good estimate of intelligence.
People who did well on this type of test are likely those who are gifted with verbal ability and linguistic pattern recognition.
This sort of assessment would discriminate against those with non-linguistic pattern recognition (like solving jigsaw puzzles)
and spatial intelligence (like the ability to use a map or see hidden figures in a drawing).