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The scale below is an indication of where you fall in the male-female brain continuum. The results are based on the angles, spot the difference, 3D shapes and words tasks.

Bear in mind that yourperformance may be affected by many factors in addition to gender, like age and intelligence.
Your personal brain score:

Average score for MENwho've taken this survey:

Average score for WOMEN who've taken this survey:

If you are using a public PC we strongly advise you to print out and delete your results if you do notwant anyone to see them.
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Part 1

This task tested your ability to identify the angle of a line by matching it with its twin.This is a spatial task, which looks at how you picture space.
Your score: 9 out of 20
Average score for men: 15.1 out of 20
Average score for women: 13.3 out of 20
What does your result suggest?If you scored 0 - 12: You have more of a female brain. Scientists believe that people with a female brain find it more difficult to judge the slope of a line because they're not wired for spatialtasks. In past studies, 65 per cent of people who scored in this range were women.
If you scored 13 - 17: You found this test neither hard nor easy. This suggests your brain has male and female traitswhen it comes to spatial ability.
If you scored 18 - 20: You have more of a male brain. On average, men outperform women in this task and those with more mathematical knowledge tend to score quite highas well. In past studies, 60 per cent of the people in this range were men.
Interestingly, men's testosterone levels fluctuate through the seasons and studies have shown that men's scores are lowerin the spring, when their testosterone levels are at their lowest.
Do our cave dwelling ancestors offer us any clues about why men and women score differently on this task? Find out more.

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