Are you gifted?

You already know you’re smart.

Now you’re wondering if maybe there’s something more.

Take this quiz and find out if you might be gifted!

As soon as you’re ready to see what your score means, click here.

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  • Cathy

    got a 100% on that one !

  • Aura

    Some questions are not very accurate.
    100% and feeling lonely as hell.

    • http://giftedforlife.com Sonia Dabboussi

      Aura, if you got 100% it isn’t much of a surprise that you may be feeling lonely. It means that there aren’t many other people in the world like you. There is some great conversation going on here in the forum, and also on Facebook among people who have felt just like you are now. Try joining in the forum or go to http://www.facebook.com/groups/IntellectuallyGifted/. The closed group there is called “On the Edge: Gifted Adults Redefining Possible”. A few positive connections may help get you back up on your feet.

    • impact glory

      I am lonely as hell, but even all 4 of you sound like jerks.. I scored 159 on IQ test, mensa sent me the form for membership too,, doesnt mean anything.. EVERYBODY seems to want to claim they are gifted these days… there is alot more to it, such as emotional intelligence, IQ alone doesnt measure it all……………………..        if God doesnt open a path up for me to use these gifts, then it is more of a curse than a gift and life isnt worth living…  I SUCKS being different,, it is only good being different if you become someone, otherwise you are just someone that doesnt fit in… that would be me

      • cyclone

        i wish there was a forum where gifted people could interact and exchange ideas and achievements. i like being alone, i never felt a connection with understanding others, especially as they think differently to me. also scored 100% on this test. have a high emotional intelligence and 130 on the IQ. i’ve just stood a as being weird, and picked on because of it. but i like my weirdness, and wouldn’t change it

      • mj

        Well, I have every sympathy for feeling alone & like you don’t fit in but calling other people “jerks” and having the attitude that being diffferent “sucks” really won’t help you much.. a bit of counselling might… best wishes

      • mj

        P.S. I don’t think of myself as gifted. I’m not even sure how I got on this page, but it may have been a procrastination segway when I was studying intelligence

  • Mjster

    How about some sort of definition or at least  general consesnus on what you mean by “gifted”?  I already know what my IQ is, is “giftedness” more a personality or attitudinal attribute acording to your group?

    • Gifted

       Giftedness does relate to IQ of course, and IQ is usually used as the initial determinant of giftedness.  There are other characteristics that fall into the social and emotional realm that are included as well though.  You might be interested in these:  http://giftedforlife.com/1401/characteristics-of-giftedness/

    • Scarlett

      I hate to say it but “IQ” is not a realistic measurement of intelligence. IQ tests tend to be bias on social and cultural terms. Giftedness however, is more about how you think and not necessarily about what you know. It’s more about “seeing the unseen” and having a complex understanding of things that “normal” people do not. When coming to the realization of certain things in society, gifted individuals tend to feel alone and misunderstood, which are some of the most common emotional traits of giftedness…..

      • http://giftedforlife.com godswink

        Well said, I agree with you on your statement. Usually I rule out the IQ part of being gifted instead, I focus on the ideas of knowing things without opening up a book, insights, visions, and dreams about certain things that no one or yourself will ever come across to discuss with others is part of my gift.

        Sometimes I consider myself a little weird, but I tend to stay close to others by keeping these views to myself because many would consider you outside of the coo coo’s nest if you know what I mean…

      • mj

        I know that Scarlett – I studied IQ amongst other concepts of intelligence. In the Western world it is the usual measure though… the thing is defining complex thought as opposed to simply being different from the norm. I don’t believe the two are always the same

  • http://giftedorcursed.blogspot.com.au/ gentianne14

    I’ve discovered at 30 years old I was gifted. In other words, I found the name of my difference!

    Please visit my blog and add me as friend… Because I feel pretty lonely as well!!

    Cheers

  • David

    I got a 96 percent but I already knew I was gifted. Have been told I was my whole life(have perfect pitch, very good on the Piano, Bassoon, was very good on the violin, was good on the electric bass). Sometimes my brain will go so fast some people thought I wasn’t very smart until I started asking questions that gave them headaches:) Normal stuff for me. How many times I hear statements about me such as “you think way too much.” I do feel alone because people just don’t understand. I felt like my thinking was my curse but maybe I just need to start looking at it differently, embracing it.

  • http://twitter.com/cftxp Chris Fornesa

    93%.  My IQ was only a 125 when I was tested (apparently 130 is gifted but some say that over 120 is so I get confused)…. then again, I can’t say I was the most alert at the time, I got like 3 or 4 hours less sleep than my optimum the night before.  But then the definition of “gifted” on this site is beyond just IQ and relates more towards a way of thinking.  Then alright, great site by the way!  :)

  • cyclone

    Hi, been reading some of your opinions and I find them really- well put ;) maybe we could discuss some of these topics. let me know! i won’t post an email address here, so leave a message on my wall.

  • mj

    I can’t really see you page which may say something about my non-giftedness! Hahaha!

  • Rouge Bash

    I don’t know if it is accurate to assume gifted adults are perfectionists for example, i answered no because as i question everything i tend to always find faults and reason to abort things because there is ALWAYS so much better to do in a completly different manner, do you feel the same ?

  • Nix

    I have always felt out of sync with society although I have been able to adapt artificially. I’ve dealt with a lot of depression and finally after many hours of dissecting different mental disorders, I came across adult giftedness. I was initially lured in with ADHD but after reading the many difficulties a gifted person may experience I for the first time in my life felt understood and free! It is not some elitist type categorization but a different way of functioning. I honestly think that most folks who finally learn to accept and understand what role giftedness plays in their life, it usually humbles them. We are skeptics by nature but when you delve into the details of being gifted it makes a person feel whole. I cannot explain it but it gives me a sense of contentment. I think that most gifted adults once “awake” can walk around having a slew of “ah ha” moments and finally being able to put the pieces together. Things start to make sense and you begin to understand who you truly are as a person. I think that living as a GA in this society it is more of a burden than a benefit. I think GAs can’t really be happy unless they can be surrounded by those that can understand or at least interact with them on that level. I’ve always prefaced my relationships with “I am a low maintenance girlfriend by average standards but I need a lot of stimulation”. I never understood what that truly meant until now. That I am an individual that needs a lot of intellectual interaction if not feedback. It makes me happy and whole. I have been lucky to find a friend who is the same as I am and we can have such amazing mind blowing discussions for hours. The combination of full disclosure, truth seeking and endless curiosity with a dab of spontaneity cause for great fireworks. We question the heck out of everything that exists. Hedonistic, hyperactive, humorous heathens. If you are reading this please open your mind and heart to everything that is out there. I will leave you with my most favorite quote:
    “the first and greatest victory is to conquer yourself”. -Plato
    GA friends please e-mail me. emc.2@msn.com

    • Pgp

      Wow,

      Just how I felt all my life.

  • Flor

    Great test, but it would be much better if was a little more objective, say, less dependent of self-perception and something more “measurable”, for example, how unusual is “unusual”?

    My score: 79% :)

  • ZEE

    96%

  • JosephCuckhold

    “27/28 correct” I didn’t know there were correct answers. This test is stupid and bogus on so many levels. Anyone with actual intelligence usually doesn’t buy into this pseudo-scientific psychological BS in my experience. Maybe that means I’m not gifted. If it removes me from the mental children involved in this type of BS the count me retarded. Further, who is the a**hole who alternated the positions of the yes/no answers? It’s a lot easier to answer questions quickly (while retaining accuracy) when you don’t have that silly, childish ‘trying-to-make-sure-you-think-about-the-question’ crap I saw in the 4th grade. Gifted for life my **s.