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Cognitive Reflection Test

Cognitive Reflection Test - 3 simple questions

Let’s check your intelligence. Are you a genius?
Here is the simplest of tests with just three easy questions! Can you answer them correctly?

IMPORTANT NOTE #1: The Cognitive Reflection Test is timed. You don’t have eternity to answer these simple questions. I’m being lenient and give you 40 seconds per question! Total time: 2 minutes!

IMPORTANT NOTE #2: Answer in numbers.

What has this got to do with web Development?
Absolutely nothing!

I put these up on the site because I like them and so do my two boys. We’ve great fun answering these questions and hope you have too.

Take a deep breathe and start! Best of luck!

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  • Anonymous on September 23rd, 2016 8:20 pm

    That was good

  • Anonymous on November 2nd, 2016 8:27 pm

    I am 76 years old and I had fun with this. Got one wrong though. Seems the brain cells are still working

  • md.samer on February 8th, 2017 10:00 pm

    I got 3 out of 3 🙂

  • Joseph A Brown on February 21st, 2017 6:07 pm

    Very entertaining!!! I am going to ask these to my friends.

  • Robin on May 29th, 2017 3:35 am

    Question #1 : What is the cost of the ball in cents?
    If the ball and bat together cost $1.10 and the bat is $1.00 more than the ball, the bat costs $1.05 and “the ball costs $0.05 or 50 (fifty) cents”. They now total $1.10.
    A query on your answer “Did the ball cost .05 or .50cents” It cant be both or was that another test?

  • Manish Sharma on June 6th, 2017 2:12 pm

    My bad… and I feel terrible. It should have been 5 (five) cents.

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