Quiz: If You Can Get 10/15 On This Test, You Must Have A 150 IQ

How high is your IQ?

jennifer lawrence, eating, iq
 Jul 21, 2019
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Question: 1/15Pick your answer!

A pie can be cut into more than seven pieces by making four diameter cuts. True or false?

Question: 2/15Pick your answer!

How many legs in total are there on two dogs and two ducks?

Question: 3/15Pick your answer!

What is the number ‘one thousand, two hundred and forty six' spelled backwards with digits?

Question: 4/15Pick your answer!

The following numbers add up to thirteen. 1, 6, 3, 5, 11. True or false?

Question: 5/15Pick your answer!

How many minutes past 5:00 is 27 minutes before 7:00?

Question: 6/15Pick your answer!

Can you spell the word "mineral" using only the letters found in the word "parliament"?

Question: 7/15Pick your answer!

0.999 - 1 = ?

Question: 8/15Pick your answer!

Sam likes cookies but not cake, mutton but not lamb and okra but not squash. Knowing this, will she like cherries or pears?

Question: 9/15Pick your answer!

Fill in the number that fits best: 1, 2, 4, 7, 11…22

Question: 10/15Pick your answer!

Name a nine-letter word that contains only one vowel.

Question: 11/15Pick your answer!

If you feed me, I live; if you give me drink, I die. Who am I?

Question: 12/15Pick your answer!

The word, "slackers" is spelled by using the first letters of the words in the following sentence: "Silent large anteaters calmly kiss each roasted snack." True or false?

Question: 13/15Pick your answer!

Which of the following is NOT an anagram for a European city?

Question: 14/15Pick your answer!

Multiply the number of mittens lost by 3 kittens by the voting age in the U.S. What is the answer?

Question: 15/15Pick your answer!

The words, "auctioned, education, and cautioned," all use the exact same letters. True or false?
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