Broad Spectrum Knowledge Analysis

Broad Spectrum Knowledge AnalysisThe Broad Spectrum Knowledge Analysis test is the second test on This test assesses the general knowledge of participants. There are ten random multiple choice questions on various categories. There are 140 known questions, a complete list can be found . The test can be taken as frequently as desired, but only the first test score is kept and will appear on the assessment results. The multiple choice is also randomized, so that if the same question appears, the letter of the answer could be different. The final question is illogical, with no logical answer. It asks "What is the answer to this question? A: A, B: B, C: C, D: D."

PolyphemusThis test, like the previous test, also contains a "cheat". The title of the test on the test page has the letter "i" in Analysis underlined. The cheat is used on the final, illogical question. By pressing "i" on the keyboard, the answer "C" flickers. This leads to the presumption that C is the correct answer for the question.

After the test is completed, participants are placed into one of three groups: Brontes, Polyphemus, or Steropes. All three names are Cyclopes in Greek mythology. Brontes and Steropes are two of three main Cyclopes in Heriod's poem, Theogony, the other being Arges. Polyphemus is a Cyclops in Homer's poem, Odyssey. The cyclops could also be a hint to the cheat, having one eye ("i").

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