The Highest 100 Scores on the Mega Test

0 = wrong answer, 1 = correct answer

Note: In these charts and the ones
on the following pages [The Lowest 100 scores on the Mega Test,
and A Sampling of Intermediate Scores on the Mega Test], I have
omitted a small number of answer sheets that were not from *Omni*
readers, since the numbering of problems in my own test booklet
is somewhat different from that in *Omni* and it would
have entailed much work to renumber the problems. I also found
that in a dozen or so cases I had miscounted the number of
correct solutions by plus or minus one raw score point. These
errors were corrected before the data was entered in these
charts. For intermediate scores, I chose ten answer sheets at
random per raw score point. I keep all answer sheets arranged by
raw score to facilitate psychometric research -- RKH.

Numbering of problems is as it
appeared in *Omni* magazine: i.e., problems 5 and 18 are
swapped, and problems 37 and 42 are swapped when compared with
the numbering that appears on this site.

Note: Data for person 31 appears to have been added incorrectly by Ron -- DTM

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