Self-Referential Aptitude Test

Jim Propp’s self-referential aptitude test is quite interesting. It’s a difficult puzzle but here are some hints/spoilers:

    • Q1 states that Q1-5 must have at least one B.
    • Q3 states that the number of Qs with answer E is 0-4.
    • Q4 states that the number of Qs with answer A is 4-8.
    • Q6 Answer to Q17 is C, D or E.
    • Q8 states that the number of Qs with answer of A is 4-8.
    • Q9 states that Q10 is A or Q11 is B or Q12 is C or Q13 is D or Q14 is E.
    • Q11 states that there are 0-4 Qs before it with answer B.
    • Q13 states that either 9,11,13,15,17 are A.
    • Q14 states that the number of Qs with answer D are 6-10.
    • Q17 states that the answer to Q6 is C, D, or E.

There is a discussion about it over at reddit if you need more help 😀

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