The "Think Test"...
July 10, 2007 11:53pm CST
According to the first page of the test, the average person gets 7 correct out of the 25 questions. I got 17! So, test yourself and then post your results. http://www.oldjoeblack.0nyx.com/thinktst.htm
11 Jul 07
OK I took the test and got 14, but I believe its not a fair trail on non-Americans like me Some of the Qs on which I lost out, as I have no idea of American ways: I have no idea which stripe (red or white) comes on the top of their flag, I have no idea how many states are there in USA (just like most people outside India don’t know how many states are there in India) Here in India the standard match-box has 50 sticks, but the options in the Qs were 20/24/32 Venetian blinds in India have the control-cord on the right We don’t have/use VHF television dial here So I guess its pretty difficult to evaluate people who have no knowledge of many American things. But it was fun, nonetheless!
11 Jul 07
Hello biwasaki! That was really interesting. I got 22 out of 25 correct. But actually there were things which are United States specific which I had no idea of. I think I got all correct which are general every where or at least my part of the world. It was interesting anyway!:-)
• New Zealand
18 Jul 07
Hi there. That was a neat little quiz, I got 17 of 25, and Im not even a US resident... Im going to take another go at it, because I enjoyed that quiz, just goes to show how much we take notice of the little things... Thanks for the quiz link...
12 Jul 07
I did it, I did it, and although this is a test mainly for US habitants, and I'm not, I got 11 correct answers out of 25. The result was: PRETTY GOOD. Really, I made some very silly mistakes but also had a lucky guess in one or two. Thanks for the fun!
• United States
26 Jun 12
I got 18 out of the 25 questions. As a lot of people said, it does seem to targeted for Americans (which I am). Actually, before you start the test, it does specifically say it is based on U.S. info. I know in some countries, the traffic lights are designed differently and I really wouldn't expect people from other countries to know the order of the American flag's colors. But there are some questions that some people may not be familiar with. For example, the lowest dial on the radio...some people may not go that far. And they asked about a VHF dial--I didn't even know what that was Even so, I think it's hard to believe the average person would get only 7 out of 25. About 13 seems right