Tuesday, October 03, 2006

How Smart Am I?`

OK, I admit that I guessed on a couple. But still!

9/9 Genius
You are 85% knowledgable and 96% intellectual. Amazing! You have an incredible brain (intellect) and a powerhouse of information (knowledge)! Keep up the impressive work-- we all bow to you.


To show how smart I am, I'm not cutting/pasting the code they gave me at the end of the quiz--that created a lot of trouble on the last one, which is why I had to cut a bunch of it out (and thereby lost the URL).

The Knowledge vs. Intellect Test

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

7/9
73% Knowledge
88% Intellectual

I can live with that

Nick Lopez said...

I got 62% knowledgeable and 85% intellect. the knowledgeable stuff will come in time.

MikeAT said...

I've known you for 17 years...I know this test is defective! :)

Darren said...

Don't make me tell you how well I did on the Star Trek Next Generation quiz.

Eric said...

sigh...78 and 88...I dream someday to be a smart as you Darren... :) Thanks for the link, really helped me to waste some time this evening...

Darren said...

Eric, I notice that you're still listed as a genius, though =)

I wonder how my anonymous leftie troll would score? Not very high. It's not very smart.

Anonymous said...

I got 84 and 97. =)

Darren said...

Sure you did. Who are you, so we can verify?

Vidur Dadlani said...

7/9 Intellect
You are 65% knowledgable and 84% intellectual.

Time to go do homework :(

(P.S. Can you tell my why friction is fun?)

Darren said...

I could, Vidur, but I'd lose my teaching credential!

mrc said...

Impressive! I only got 78% knowledgable and 84% intellectual. That history stuff is a total mystery to me...

Anonymous said...

I came close:
9/9 Genius-You are 82% knowledgable and 96% intellectual.
Hi, I stumbled on your site due to your UTLA divestment posting. (Visit Solomonia.com for the updates on this developing story.) I don't know if you're a public school teacher or what your position is on public schools, but let me chime in here to say that I hope we don't give up on our public schools. I'm a member of an ethnic minority who attended public schools that were entirely of the same ethnic minority. The kids came from very poor immigrant families. The neighborhood was rife with gangs and crime.

However, our public school teachers did a stellar job in giving us a terrific education. They never lowered the bar for us. Consequently, we learned to live up to high expectations. The district itself also gave us a fine facility in which to learn. The schools in my district were old but immaculately maintained. The fact that slums, many without indoor plumbing, surrounded the schools of the district was not taken by administrators as an excuse to give students substandard facilities.

I haven't kept up with my school chums, but I would think most have also gone on to become productive citizens.

I guess I'm writing this to encourage teachers to really push their students to produce the best that they can.

Darren said...

Most recent anonymous, welcome! And thanks for contributing.

As for what I do:

http://www.blogger.com/profile/6524303

I teach math at a public high school.