Monday-Meme – The 2-Variable Intuition Test

14 07 2008

Mr President thought he was an intuitive person. Mr President was wrong. This test not only dispels that notion, but it is also the first to suggest he is actually rather stupid. Which, given how often he clicks the “publish” button instead of the “save” one when writing a blog post may very well be true. Of course that could also be idiotic design by, it’s all a matter of perspective.

Without further ado, proof, if it were needed, that Mr President is stupid:

Your result for The 2-Variable Intuition Test…

You Are Stupid

The graph on the right represents your place in Intuition 2-Space. As you can see, you scored slightly below average on emotional intuition and slightly below average on scientific intuition.Keep in mind that very few people score high on both! In effect, you can compare your two intuition scores with each other to learn what kind of intuition you’re best at. (Weirdly, your emotional and scientific intuitions are equally strong.)
Your Emotional Intuition score is a measure of how well you understand people, especially their unspoken needs and sympathies. A high score score usually indicates social grace and persuasiveness. A low score usually means you’re good at Quake.

Your Scientific Intuition score tells you how in tune you are with the world around you; how well you understand your physical and intellectual environment. People with high scores here are apt to succeed in business and, of course, the sciences.

Try my other test!
The 3 Variable Funny Test
It rules.

Take The 2-Variable Intuition Test at HelloQuizzy



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