Great British Intelligence Test

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Kevin Thurlow
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Great British Intelligence Test

Post by Kevin Thurlow » Thu Jan 07, 2021 10:03 pm

https://gbit.cognitron.co.uk

I participated in this study and they invite others to do so. Apparently, I'm really good at spatial reasoning, both 2D and 3D, and verbal comprehension, but not that good at planning or memory, and they worked that out without looking at any of my chess games...

It is a joint Imperial College/BBC venture.

Andy Stoker
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Re: Great British Intelligence Test

Post by Andy Stoker » Fri Jan 08, 2021 8:40 am

Many thanks for sharing this - my score seems similar to yours.... I think there were some sections where time was important but that was not apparent to me ... some where I was correct with each item but overall my score was low because I had not done as many as others.... but good exercise

Tim Spanton
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Re: Great British Intelligence Test

Post by Tim Spanton » Sun Jan 10, 2021 9:39 am

My results:
Prospective Memory Object - Immediate (Short term memory): top 5%
Prospective Memory - Words 1 - Immediate (Short-term Memory): bottom 50%
Blocks (Spatial Intelligence): 10% - 5% range
Tower of London (Planning): 40% - 30% range
Digit Span Task (Verbal Working Memory): 30% - 20% range
Spatial Span (Spatial Working Memory): 40% - 30% range
Verbal analogies (Verbal Reasoning): 10% - 5% range
Target Detection (Attention): 50% - 40% range
Word Definitions (Verbal Comprehension): 30% - 20% range
2D Manipulations (Mental Rotation): 10% - 5% range
Faulty Towers Task (3D Spatial Reasoning): top 5%
Prospective Memory Object - Delayed (Medium term memory): top 5%
Prospective Memory - Words 1 - Delayed (Medium-term Memory): 30% - 20% range

Generally good, I guess

John McKenna
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Re: Great British Intelligence Test

Post by John McKenna » Sun Jan 10, 2021 12:17 pm

Nice ones, Tim.

When I first saw the title - Re: Great British Intelligence Test - thought it was about screen tests for the next Bond movie.
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