Bozo recently underwent a mandatory cognitive test at the Walter Reed Medical Center. Ever since he completed the test, Bozo has been bragging about how he "aced" it and he claims the doctors were "very surprised" and told him "That's an unbelievable thing, rarely does anybody do what you just did."
Okay, so first off, the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (which is the test Bozo did) is not an IQ test. It's a rather simple test for dementia that takes between 10 and 15 minutes.
Secondly, it's not hard nor is meant to be hard. If you're not scoring 100% (or acing it as Bozo claims) then you may have the beginnings of dementia. That's all. In an interview with Chris Wallace of Fox news, Bozo said the test was "very hard", claimed that Joe Biden would never pass the test and challenged Wallace to take the test himself. Wallace actually chuckles at this and points out to Bozo that he'd done the test and some of the questions are as easy as asking to identify an animal like an elelphant or a camel or counting backwards in increments of 7. Bozo responded by saying the test started easy and got harder, saying the last 5 questions were "very hard". (Bozo added that he scored 35 when it is in fact out of 30, so perhaps should lose a few points but let's be generous).
Well, you be the judge. Take a look at the test below and decide for yourself. Obviously the tests aren't identical, they may change the animals, the words, the time on the clock or the object you need to draw but the format and the difficulty level remain the same. Just Google "Montreal Cognitive Assessment" to see samples for yourself. The test below is a typical example:
So here's my question to the Trumpanzees . . . having looked at the test (or done it yourself), would you say that getting 100% correct would be an "unbelievable" achievement that is only rarely achieved?
It's a "yes" or "no" question.