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Let’s face it–we all do geeky things, from checking
e-mail obsessively to playing video games to tripping over our own feet.
But here’s your chance to find out just how much of a geek you
really are. With 1,000 questions for every area of your life–from
childhood to lifestyle to entertainment to sex (you met your wife in a
Web chat room–3 points), Are You a Geek? helps measure your
precise geek quotient. From challenging intelligence quizzes to testing
your dating compatibility with “Geekline,” Are You a
Geek?
lets you in on the secrets that separate the geeks from the
grown-ups. Or the nerdmeisters from everyone else…

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Reviews for Are You a Geek?: 1,000 Ways to Find Out:

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Dec 24, 2008

A few questions that didn't make it into this book:

What is the funniest thing you've ever read?

- Three Men in a Boat. (0 points)

- Terry Pratchett's Discworld series. (1 point)

- Terry Pratchett's Discworld series, and you then list all 38 books in order of how funny you think they are. (3 points)

- Roger Penrose's The Road to Reality. The way he disses the string theorists is hysterical, needless to say, but the high point is the section where he gets confused about K-meson decay. That just had me A few questions that didn't make it into this book:

What is the funniest thing you've ever read?

- Three Men in a Boat. (0 points)

- Terry Pratchett's Discworld series. (1 point)

- Terry Pratchett's Discworld series, and you then list all 38 books in order of how funny you think they are. (3 points)

- Roger Penrose's The Road to Reality. The way he disses the string theorists is hysterical, needless to say, but the high point is the section where he gets confused about K-meson decay. That just had me ROFLing. (5 points)

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Feb 11, 2017

It's really nothing more than a glorified quiz thing to determine your level of geekiness, but it's surprisingly fun. Only issue was my version was from 2005 and a bit outdated for 2017.

For the record, my score was only 176: "Not a Geek: it is safe to speak to this person."
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May 08, 2008

This books is *actually* titled "10^3 Ways to Find Out."

A sample question: "Have you ever left a party saying you had a headache when you really just wanted to go home and read?" 5 points
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Jul 28, 2011

Absolutely hillarious!! I never felt to identified with a book before. It was like going to a shrink, but without feeling weird about it. I even had a competition with friends to see who was the geekiest of us all!
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Apr 08, 2007

I got this book from my loving wife for my birthday. I wonder what she is trying to tell me. I stand proud and represent geeks everywhere.

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