— Congratulations, GHina!
Your IQ score is *** (sensor yeee :D) —-
This number is based on a scientific formula that compares how many questions you answered correctly on the Classic IQ Test relative to others.
Your Intellectual Type is Precision Processor. This means you’re exceptionally good at discovering quick solutions to problems, especially ones that involve math or logic. You’re also resourceful and able to think on your feet. And that’s just some of what we know about you from your test results.
— GHina, your true color is Blue! —
You’re blue — the most soothing shade of the spectrum. The color of a clear summer sky or a deep, reflective ocean, blue has traditionally symbolized trust, solitude, and loyalty. Most likely a thoughtful person who values spending some time on your own, you’d rather connect deeply with a few people than have a bunch of slight acquaintances. Luckily, making close friends isn’t that hard, since people are naturally attracted to you — they’re soothed by your calming presence. Cool and collected, you rarely overreact. Instead, you think things through before coming to a decision. That level-headed, thoughtful approach to life is patently blue — and patently you!
— GHina, your secret to success is to be Self-Sufficient —
Most of the time, your determination knows no bounds. At your core, you possess an unshakable belief in yourself. As a result, even when you’re faced with setbacks, you are rarely discouraged from the goals that you’ve set. You tend to feel that doing something yourself ensures that the job is getting done the right way.
Being independent and doing things on your own is an admirable quality. More than most people, you can set goals yourself and be your own coach and motivator. As a result, employers can feel at ease when they give you a project. They know that they won’t have to be looking over your shoulder to see that it’s completed. Your self-sufficiency also means that you don’t need constant approval from others to know how you’re doing. When it comes to evaluating your work, you’re usually both your own best cheerleader and toughest critic.