Wednesday, July 19, 2006
My Nerdiness Score
I am nerdier than 67% of all people. Are you nerdier? Click here to find out!Ha! Despite my wife and friends' insistence, I am officially and objectively "low on the totem pole of nerds" according to the scientifically precise test: "How NERDY are You?" Here is the test's conclusion:

Overall, you scored as follows:

33% scored higher (more nerdy), and 67% scored lower (less nerdy).

What does this mean? Your nerdiness is:Low Ranking Nerd. Definitely a nerd but low on the totem pole of nerds.


How do you score?
 
posted at 3:00 PM  
Comments (3)


3 Comments:
At 3:48 PM, Anonymous shane anderson said...

John... but really! Shouldn't the whole weird Al thing bump you up a couple of points at least!

 
At 4:35 PM, Blogger joethorn.net said...

Shane is right my friend. In fact, had they asked a Weird Al question, or even a Harry Potter question I might have been labeled a nerd. Alas, here is my score:

97% scored higher (more nerdy), and
3% scored lower (less nerdy).

What does this mean? Your nerdiness is:

Definitely not nerdy, you are probably cool.

 
At 1:35 PM, Blogger iconoclasm said...

I don't know, a 67 is pretty up there. This one seemed more focused on science nerds too, so a more wholistic test might have more accurately diagnosed you.

 

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