How geeky are you? Before you take the test make a prediction, then tell us you results. Don't lie, it's not cool, nor geeky.
I thought I would have geekish tendencies
This does explain why I call myself NanoGeek
thats pretty cool!!
although, i totally failed.
was lost right about when i saw how many questions there were.
haha, you just gotta stick with it, it took me about 10 minutes
Well it's a Saturday afternoon and all is quiet so I did it just for fun being as honest as is possible. Some odd questions for sure
Thanks for that, now my eyes are hurting
26.56827% - Total Geek
I wouldn't have thought it would be over 15% or so. Apparently, being active in computers and computing in the late 70's and through the 80's boosted my score.
The hard life of a geek...
29.49077% - Total Geek. Hey, I'm becoming more geeky, last time I took the test, I got only 19.03152%!
I failed! Less than 50% is a fail, right? I never get scores this low! Boo Hoo.
I've missed this one b-4 somehow, so had no way to guess in advance what I'd get, but didn't figure over 50%. Then after seeing the ranking, thought 15 - 20%.
Just goes to show I don't think about thinking, except when I'm thinking about thinking ( with a little help ).
Now I've got a headache to go with my dry eyes! LOL
Based on the questions, I'd say this should be called the Nerd test. I mean, some of these are way over the line from geek to nerd.
If you write fan fiction, you might be a nerd.
I should make a test to see whether you are a geek or a nerd. That would be interesting.
Hey! I take that as an insult!
Not being either, I wouldn't know what the difference is
Well, I'm geekish and also a partially reformed old-school biker.
You'll never see a nerd / partially reformed old-school biker.
basically a geek is brainy, but sociable
a nerd is brainy, and not sociable,
and a dork is neither.
So a dork is basically about 70% of the worlds population yea dorks win.
well, I like to think that more of the world are just your good old sociable friends Faith in humanity... restored
Here's a great way to visualize it:
Has anyone even used that word in the last 25 years?
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