IQ Test

So you think you’re a genius. Well, that is all about to change when you take this unforgettably challenging iq test. It is guaranteed to make even the most brilliant minds find there "inner moron." Any person scoring over a 150 on this test deserves the nobel peace prize. Some questions may be easy, but others will haunt your dreams. So, let's begin.

Question 1:What comes next in this series? 1,4,27,16,125,36,?
56
345
215
225
343
Question 2:What is the odd-one out? Red,orange,yellow,green,blue,purple
yellow
green
red
purple
blue
Question 3:Which does not belong? RISPA,ACCHGIO,ELSMA,OHUONTS,INEAM
RISPA
ACCHIGO
ELSMA
INEAM
OHUONTS
Question 4:George likes 196 but not 187. He likes 900, but not 700. He likes 64, but not 67. What does he like.
35
289
82
308
997
Question 5:If two mice can eat two crackers in two minutes, how many mice will it take to eat 18 crackers in 12 minutes?
4
3
6
2
36
Question 6:If you count from 1 to 107, how many 7's will you pass on the way?
22
21
20
19
11
Question 7:Two cars, starting at the same point, run in opposite directions for 5 meters, turn left and run another 12 meters. What is the distance between them?
26
25
12
24
34
Question 8:Complete the following sentence. " Peaches is to pears, as potato is to _???"_
Banana
Radish
Strawberry
Apple
Lettuce
Question 9:What letter would come next in the following series? B,C,J,O,?
P
Q
U
W
Y
Question 10:Which number is missing from the following series? 1,8,27,64,125,?
317
251
199
216
217
Question 11:Which letter is least like the other four? A Z F N E
E
A
Z
F
N
Question 12:Each number shown below follows a certain rule. Figure out the rule and fill in the missing number. January 20 May 5 October 15 November 15 July ?
10
15
5
20
25
Question 13:Find the missing value? #@## = 66 @##$ = 54 @$@$ = 40 #@@$ = 52 @#$$ = ?
52
54
36
62
42
Question 14:There have been orders for 200 Rolls Royces, 115 Vauxhalls, and 500 Hondas. How many orders have there been for Renaults?
46
50
510
600
250
Question 15:What comes next in the following series? 2,61,15,46,28,?
45
31
51
34
27
Question 16:Which number is the odd one out? 1492 387 1050 486 1576
1492
1050
486
387
1576
Question 17:A fallacious argument is one that is:
valid
disturbing
false
necessary
germane
Question 18:In a race from point X to point Y and back, Bill averages 30 miles per hour to point Y and 10 miles per hour back to point X. Sally averages 20 miles per hour in both directions. Between Bill and Sally, who finished first?
Sally
Bill
They tie
Neither
Impossible to tell with given data
Question 19:Which one of these five things is least like the other four?
Coconut
Banana
Apple
Grape
Pear
Question 20:True knowledge exists in knowing that you know _______.
The meaning of life
Everything
Nothing
People
Your environment
Question 21:If a tree branch can hold three people and John weighs twice as much as Adam, and Rachel weighs half as much as Adam, then Rachel, John and Adam can all sit together on the tree branch safely.
Fale
Neither
True
Impossible to determine
Question 22:If read backwards, the phrase "now live" answers the question: "In the battle between good and evil, who was victorious?"
True
False
Neither
Impossible to determine
Question 23:If you turn a left handed glove inside out it will fit on a right hand.
False
True
Neither the right nor left
Impossible to determine
Question 24:How many fingers and toes to 5 gloves and 3 pairs of shoes hold?
40
35
38
30
42
Question 25:If six people in a group all say hello to each other, then the word hello is spoken a total of how many times.
36
15
34
18
24
Question 26:Three equally sized circles can be drawn in such a way that all of them overlap each other and create exactly how many distinct areas or compartments.
8
6
7
9
10
Question 27:What is the greatest number of pieces of cake that can be cut with just three slices?
7
6
9
8
10
Question 28:A hexagon can be cut into six identical triangles by drawing how many straight lines?
2
4
3
5
6
Question 29:If you nave 41 cents worth of 5 coins, which type of coin must you have the most of?
Dimes
Quarters
Pennies
Nickels
Question 30:For a sentence with such fine phrasing, there are five instances of the sixth letter from the alphabet here.
False
Neither
Impossible to determine
True

This Quiz has been designed by Jonathan Green.