>Perot’s Energy IQ Test

>Over at perotcharts.com, there’s an energy IQ test.

Even though it only test knowledge about oil consumption, production and import/export flows, it’s a pretty good test about how much you know about the oil markets. There’s also a series of charts you can view to review the material.

Without viewing the charts, I scored an 85 out of 130.

I think a more comprehensive test including electricity and natural gas usage would be better, and that the oil portion of the test should test more of what we actually do with oil, to educate people that it doesn’t matter how many compact fluorescent bulbs you switch, it’s not going to conserve much oil.

Go check it out, feel free to post your results in the comments.

From perotcharts.com

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2 Responses to >Perot’s Energy IQ Test

  1. Geoff says:

    >I got 8 got of 13 correct. I only ran across one test with 13 questions.

  2. Michael says:

    >I think the test multiplies the score by 10 for “points”. Looks like we got almost the same score.

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