I took the test and got 11-323-2907. Real age is 17. However, your little program is obviously flawed. Being the curious guy that I am, I checked the unencrypted stuff you put in IQuiz.dat (after I did the test, of course).
What I found out is that the questions 3, 7, 9, 12, 17, and 20 didn't show up on the questions I did. This proves that your coding is either a bit shabby, my computer is too fast, or I (accidentally) double-clicked quite a bit .
And I do have complaints about the following questions:
Question 5 "Seven chickens and two cats have a total of twenty two legs." The supposedly correct answer is 'True'.
However, you failed to specify whether or not the chickens and cats all were normal. It could be possible that the legs of the chickens may have been eaten up by some hungry animal or whether a cat was mutated or cross-bred and had 7 legs or so. Second, you didn't mention whether the total of the legs were to be counted individually or in a group. If you said, "A group of three people have a total of $200", it could mean either mean that the money pooled together would add up to $200 and it could also mean that each person would individually have $200 in their respective wallets if they added up all the little dollar bills and coins.
Question 10 "If Tuesday is the second day of the month, then the very next Sunday is not the sixth day of the month." The answer is supposedly "False".
Take a look at September 2003. The second day of the month is Tuesday and the sixth day of the month is Saturday. Thus, the very next Sunday is not the sixth day of the month.
Question 18 "If six people in a group all say hello to each other, then the word hello is spoken a total of 36 times."
Try doing a diagram of two groups of six people. Label each person and make sure that everyone in the first group is also existent in the second group. Make a line to represent them saying hello to each other. You should have 36 lines.
Now get rid of each line where the person they are talking to has the same name as them. This should represent the fact that they didn't say hello to themselves! Your words were "...say hello to each other..." You didn't say if there were two groups or say that it counts if they were saying hello to themselves. And you didn't say how many times they said hello to each other. If three people said hello to each other twice, you would have been right, but you didn't mention that part either.
Thus, I appeal to you to correct your little program or at least officially declare that I have the highest score .
Disclaimer: Any sarcasm in my posts will not be mentioned as that would ruin the purpose. It is assumed that the reader is intelligent enough to tell the difference between what is sarcasm and what is not.
The program was not meant to be taken a part, obviously. Why should I encrypt the questions and answers? If you want to cheat, that is your problem. I may have made some mistakes, sorry, but I was busy.
I will not declare you the best, but I will declare that the survey is over and it proves nothing.
Life is a rave. You enjoy it while its here, but forget it when its gone.
But, personally... I've always hated IQ tests and quizes. I don't believe that any part of a person could be explained by just a number. Humans are not built upon digits, we have built ourselves over emotion and social value. There are many types of intellgence. I could say that I'm surely not an academic type thinker. But I've highly imaginative and the world will accept it, and if it doesn't I'll force acceptance. We should live for ourselves, not just numbers on a piece of paper (marks and grades).
Ha ha! I got a something-something-50 on clicking just on a!
11-210-1890, age 14. Muz is right, it does skip some answers sometimes. Also, you might want to change the question with "a kilobyte is more often smaller than a megabyte", because you could say it's false because a kilobyte is ALWAYS smaller than a megabyte.