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Aesthetics Dr Lux wrote:
STUDY CASE: Question 18: * * 120, 10, 3, ?, ? * *
120 | 01-reversed | 3 | ( ?-reversed ) | ( ? )
120 | 01-reversed | 3 | ( 00-reversed ) | ( 140 0 )
Un-reversed: 120, 10, 3, 00, 140.
Back to the 'drawing board' (sigh).
Aesthetics Dr Lux wrote:
Question 27: * * 123456, 17636, 2519, ?, ? * *
This is odd. After spending about half-hour in the question, I discovered a near-perfect pattern in the sequence of numbers -- but the figures were off in the final digit or had decimal places (lolwut?). So I just ignored this apparent anomaly and truncated (cut off) the numbers, and it worked. I cannot believe that this is an acceptably correct answer. I protest (!) Yet, I got it right so maybe I should not complain overmuch (ha ha).
Aesthetics Dr Lux wrote:Above: Thus far, I spent maybe 30 hours in NSE. Phac Labs may have spent 100 hours in it.
If you did Numerix, why not tell us your score so we can add it to our List? We need help in our Club.
phaclogage wrote:ConcernedBimbo wrote:
Can you give a ballpark estimate? And congrats on completing the test.
Thank you buddy. I try to give you some estimation, however it may not be very accurate.
Thu Dec 29 I posted link for NSE test. As I remember I did not start doing it myself on the same day. Maybe I started after 1-2 days . . . when you tried it:phaclogage wrote:superior test http://free.ultimaiq.net/nse.htm
Jan 03, 2017 Comment (Seems that I had already started with it):phaclogage wrote:guys NSE test is easier
Jan 06, 2017 Comment Raw 22/30:1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29
Jan 08, 2017 I added comment to forum that I was at 25/30 at the time:phaclogage wrote:Currently I got at NSE test: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29.
Unsolved: 4, 9, 12, 24, 30.
4 - firstly seems to be very easy pattern but it doesn't work til end.
24 - those numbers there seem to connect but haven't figured out what it is really about
9, 12, 30 - Haven't find anything noticeable
Of course I try to figure out those later
Jan 09, 2017 Raw 26/30:phaclogage wrote:Solved q24 at NSE test, feel free to update score table. Raw score 26/30 is calculated as an IQ 168.
Tho 4 more to figure out.
Jan 10, 2017 Raw 27/30:phaclogage wrote:Update: Solved question Nr. 30 at NSE test.
Raw score 27/30 (numerical IQ 170).
Jan 11, 2017 Raw 28/30:phaclogage wrote:Solved question 9 at NSE test. Got 28/30.
Jan 23, 2017 Raw 29/30:phaclogage wrote:Finally I nailed the 'NSE' 12th.
One more to go
Feb 27, 2017 (Yesterday) Solved the last one.
I must have started with it somewhere between Dec 29 and Jan 03. So let's assume that I started on 1st January.
On Jan 06 at some point I was at 22/30. It was 6 days of hard work.
On Jan 11 I had 28/30. 11 days of hard work.
But it is hard to tell exactly how many hours I directly was solving them. I also played poker and browsed-shitposted when I was behind the computer. So estimation '100 hours' (active work) is way too off. Maybe half of it?
After that I believe I slowed little down. As I did not understand what is about with that Q.4, even it seemed simple. And about Q.12 I had basically no idea. As at 23 Jan I solved Q.12 then we can add more hours . . .
After that I basically gave up.
And nearly 2 months later I can finally celebrate ( ! ) Yeee ( ! )
NSE Raw scores with estimated IQ scores:
Feb 27 Raw 30/30 (IQ-180*)
Jan 23 Raw 29/30 (IQ-178)
Jan 09 - Raw 26/30 (IQ-168) / Jan 10 Raw 27/30 (IQ-170) / Jan 11 - Raw 28/30 (IQ-174)
Jan 08 - Raw 25/30 (IQ-165)
Jan 06 - Raw 22/30 (IQ-158)
. . . dedication & 'skill' combined with unproductive approach (I'm pretty sure that I would have been little faster when I would have eliminated distractions and analyzed those items in the paper). Though the result is anyway exceeding expectations, but seems that I must be pretty talented for those numerical tests. Makes me wonder . . .
Also makes me ask how long others worked with it. And which ones they did not understand.
I truly hope that my intelligence is high like we estimate best performing doctors to have. It's my wish, my hope, my desire. I would be shocked, hurt and devastated when I would discover that I'm actually too far away.
It is High IQ or Death ! !
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