These IQ Questions Will Help Us Guess Your High School Stereotype!

Jennifer Post

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About This Quiz

Testing someone’s intelligence quotient, or IQ, is actually a technical process. There are carefully calculated questions to determine your overall knowledge on a wide range of subjects. You don’t have to be an expert in something in order to have a high IQ, but if you do score unusually high in one area, you just might be a genius! There are IQ tests given at schools, ones that are given specifically to kids whose parents think they are really special, and ones that you can find and take yourself. The most important part of an IQ test is remembering that it differs from all of the personality tests you’ve taken. There’s usually only one actually true answer and you’ll have to think quick!

IQ can tell a lot about a person, but it doesn't tell you everything, especially when it comes to high school. You could have the smartest person hanging out with the burnouts because being smart isn’t cool or they don’t feel like trying. Or maybe someone who needs a little bit more help academically is part of the popular cheerleading squad in case they need something to fall back on. Which high school stereotype were you a part of? Answer these IQ questions and we’ll guess!

Can you figure out the word that comes from rearranging the letters in “GALEENT”?

In number sequences, are you good at figuring out what the next number is?

If there were a race where none of the participants are CEOs and all of the participants are speed walkers, what’s the logical conclusion?

A yoga class has 15 students in it. Twelve are first-timers and the rest are not. What percent of students are first-timers?

What is the color of blood when it's exposed to oxygen?

Which of these is not one of the tastes?

Do you know what makes things taste sour?

Is an avocado actually a berry?

What's the difference between an English muffin and a crumpet?

When a light bulb turns on, what's actually happening?

Are thunder and lightning separate events?

Can coal actually produce a diamond when heated up and covered in peanut butter?

How are you related to your niece's father?

Of all the months, how many have 30 days?

Can you drop a raw egg on a concrete floor without cracking it?

How long can a human go without sleep?

Is there anything that can fall repeatedly without getting hurt?

What classification is the word "kayak"?

In the following list, which doesn't belong? Cat, dog, gerbil, parrot and muskrat.

Do you know how many countries there are in the world?

Can you name the 15th President of the United States?

What year did the US go to the moon?

Who was the first man on the moon?

If you were in a race and passed the person in second place, what place are you in?

In baseball, how many players are on the field in a defensive half-inning?

Follow the sequence of numbers: 37, 34, 31, 28. Which number comes next?

A blanket is to warming up as a fan is to what?

What is the chemical in peppers that make them spicy?

How many feet are in a mile?

Do you know what SPF actually is?

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