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If you can pass this test you have an IQ higher than 153 

Are YOU a genius? Those who pass this infuriating test with a perfect score could have an IQ of more than 150 (but not many will succeed)

  • A  new quiz on site Playbuzz challenges historical and geographical knowledge 
  • The lengthy 25-question test by creator Michael Rogers was tested on students
  • Creator says you must have the IQ count of a genius to get every question right

While those with an IQ range of 90 to 110 are said to be of ‘average’ intelligence, anything above 140 officially puts you in the genius bracket.

And according to creator quiz master Michael Rogers, those who pass his tricky test on Playbuzz with a perfect score boast an off-the-scale IQ of 153-161.

The lengthy 25-question quiz tests players’ historical, geographical and religious knowledge with multiple choice answers – and more than a few red herrings.

Speaking about the lucky few who pass with flying colours, Rogers said: ‘People in your IQ range are introverted and intuitive.

‘You take time for solitude, listen to your inner voice, and pay attention to your dreams. That said, you don’t ignore limitations; you understand them.’

Does that sounds like you? Then scroll down to take the test in full. The answers are at the bottom… so no cheating! 

The lengthy 25-question quiz tests players’ historical, geographical and religious knowledge with multiple choice answers – and more than a few red herrings. File image

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Answers 

1. Bethlehem

2. True

3. Kabul

4. Johannes Gutenberg

5. John

6. Athens

7. Stephen Hawking

8. Argentina

9. 1963

10. The Nile

11. The Thames

12. 1918

13. Toronto

14. 1941

15. Thou shalt have no other gods before me 

16. Mein Kampf

17. Blood

18. Marco Polo

19. John The Baptizer

20. Egyptian

21. Piano

22. Taipei 

23. Sixth Day

24. 1950s

25. Isaac Newton

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