10 Tests To PROVE Your Uniqueness

top 10 amazing things you can do to prove that you are a unique person
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When we were growing up, it seemed like there was always one of our peers who was more advanced physically, mentally, or emotionally. Whether this person was able to wiggle their ears while we were still struggling to pay attention during story time, or whether they were solving advanced brain teasers that left us scratching our heads, it seemed like we were always a step behind. But there are many ways in which you are unique, and we’re going to go over ten simple tests you can do at home to put your skills to the test. It could be something as simple as the ability to really enjoy your food sets you apart from others. If you’re not a supertaster, it’s possible that you could be a supertasker instead, if you find yourself proficient at multi-tasking. Or, if you’re someone who never forgets a face, you might recognize yourself during our entry on super recognizers.

Have you checked your Beighton Score lately? That’s the test used to test if you’re actually double-jointed, or hypermobile as it’s also called. Do you think you’re able to lick your elbow? What about your nose? It could be a matter of technique, in which case, we can walk you through it. But don’t push yourself too hard. We’ll need you in tip top shape when we test your brain later. There’s also a test on balance, but you can do that one with your eyes closed. Literally.

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39 thoughts on “10 Tests To PROVE Your Uniqueness”

  1. I feel like I you like kpop and u know so much groups and recognize their faces and names u could be a super recognizer

  2. I got all the points on hyperflexibility (ive been diagnosed with it), I can touch my tongue to my nose, I can lick my elbow, and I can wiggle my ears. I haven't taken those quizzes yet, but I plan on it.

  3. I'm a super taster well I never know that but when I watch this I look in the mirror and I was like wow yeah they are right I'm a super taster

  4. I have hypermovability so i can put my arms behind my back and lift them over my head i have double jointed thumbs and i can do some more thing with my shoulders

  5. when I was younger like 6 or so I could touch my nose with my tounge but my nose has grown since then so r.i.p

  6. at the starting of the video, I can do the thing after the twisted fingers. not a single person in my class can do it in real life. ☺☺

  7. As an asian who grew up in Malaysia, this is our daily basic question that we received a lot in our exams. Especially for those who are taking Pre-University's MUET(Malaysian University English Test), IELTS and TOEFL.

    We are required to take among the three as it gives us higher chances in getting into either a local or private university. and if we're lucky enough, a chance to go abroad.

    Most students in Asia undergo pressure mostly due to our studies as our parents put in our heads this sentence "You get good grades, go to a good school, go to a good college, and you'll get a good job. You'll be set for life".

    I am thankful that buzzfeed had brought this topic up. Most of us sacrifice a lot of time just to get perfect scores on a piece of paper but don't know whether I was just memorising of what I learn or understanding it.

  8. I may have correctly answered both questions but an entire test given to students I don't see how they could handle it. At the youthful age of 14 my opinion is may not be considered important by many but I believe that a test like this should be "dulled down" to something simpler yet still challenging therefore it is still possible to find intellectuals who achieve higher but can still give all students a chance to do their best.

  9. Unless you are some genius who tries to speak at a higher level, you won't find native English speakers using words or taking about theories like that. I couldn't grasp the question unless i was really thinking about it, and that's all ridiculous.


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