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What your browser and OS usage says about your intelligence

Discussion in 'Just for Laughs' started by ffreeloader, May 24, 2008.

  1. ffreeloader

    ffreeloader Terabyte Poster

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    The guys at IQLeague have come up with an interesting test. They are finding out how smart the users of different browsers on different OSs are. Here are the ongoing results. :biggrin

    http://www.iqleague.com/group.aspx?page=1&nameUrl=smartest-browser-and-os
     
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  2. NightWalker

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    The second highest score is Mozilla on Unknown. You would think if the person was that smart they would know what operating system they have! :blink
     
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  3. ffreeloader

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    Ummm..... Did you happen to notice what forum this is?
     
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    I did the test I use firefox on XP but I don't know anything about places in the US so I got a crap score.:(
     
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  5. Mathematix

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    Lol! this test scored me around 76 IQ points when I tend to average 128! :eek:
     
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  6. greenbrucelee
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    me too I got 76.86 I normally get 124 :blink
     
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  7. ffreeloader

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    LOL. Yeah, I didn't bother taking any of the tests. I see it as one of those sites like the Onion, only based on IQ scores rather than anything else. I think the authors of the site have their tongues planted firmly in their cheeks.
     
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  8. derkit

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    I got 102 on this test, never done an IQ test before, never really seen the point
     
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  9. ffreeloader

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    LOL. Online IQ tests aren't the most accurate things in the world. I've taken a few of them just out of curiosity and the range of scores is just ludicrous. I've gotten anywhere from 100 to 160. :D

    I guess some of the sites just want to make you feel smart....
     
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  10. Toasty

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    Not sure what I think about test as never done one before and got score of 106.
     
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  11. Mathematix

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    Heh. And what's with general knowledge being part of an IQ test? I thought they were about perception and reasoning. :)
     
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  12. onoski

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    I got a 73.79 and still classed as smart:), rightly said freddy these IQ online test just to make one feel brainy:)
     
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  13. wagnerk
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    Currently #772 with an IQ of 116.18 (only answered 10 questions), put my name as wagnerk :)

    -Ken
     
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  14. ffreeloader

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    Guys,

    You do all realize I put this in the "Just for Laughs" forum for a reason don't you? I wouldn't place much, if any, credibility on any tests from there. I just thought the entire concept of correlating IQ and browser was so funny I had to post the link.
     
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  15. Mathematix

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    And there I was going to get a high score to give to my employer. :biggrin
     
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  16. wagnerk
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    Of course, lol :)

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  17. ffreeloader

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    OK. It's just that by some of the comments in this thread it seemed that people were taking that thing much more seriously than it should be taken.
     
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  18. Mitzs
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    Hey, I'll take what I can get! Only anwser 10 of them. Got a 90.9. Thank god I was not required to spell!:biggrin
     
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  19. vgarg

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    Strange....got to question 4 but unable to click the answers to go to next question.:rolleyes:
     
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