Question:if you *are* a fith grader, are you smarter than a 4th grader?
Please give examples with notarized proof.
It depends upon which 5th grader you are talking about.
Smart is a measure of learning potential which is also known as intelligence. It actually has nothing to do with what you do or do not know.
There are probably people out there that have never learned to read or write who are smarter than me and I've met people with doctoral degrees who are far less intelligent than myself.
In case you're wondering though: I have a Bachelor of Science degree.
FYI: Notarized refers to paperwork for which signatures have been confirmed as legitimate by a notary. I doubt that anyone is going to send you an original copy of their credentials.
What kind of question is this?
smarter than the average fifth grader, yes
I have a very expensive piece of paper that would suggest so, yes.
yes you are because you are learning new things that isn't supposed to be taught to 4th graders untill they're in 5th grade.In fourth grade, I didn't know what geometry was. In 5th grade, I did.
Subjective question. I too have an expensive piece of paper that tells me I am, a BS in Business, and have I gathered a bunch of knowledge in different areas.
BUT if you ask me a specific question that a current 5th grader is learning, I may not know the answer. It was too long ago and probably not needed in my current stage in life. I rarely use algebra or geometry, so I've forgotten most of it.
Is there a notary available?
I have no proof, you will just have to take my word for it.. I'm smarter than a fifth grader.
Yes, I am. I don't have proof, but I'm 100% sure i am.
If by 'smart' you mean 'better educated' then yes.
As proof, I was in the 99th percentile for everything when I took the 9th grade CAT this year. I did as well as the average person in 12th grade and up.
I am also enrolled in an online AP class that you have to apply to get in to, and I got a private email from the teacher telling me that I'm coming in with a larger knowledge base than his typical student. An AP class is the equivalent of a '[Subject] 101' class in college.
However, if by 'smart' you mean 'intelligent', that has nothing to do with age. I know I'm in the sharper bit of the population -I don't put much stock in IQ scores but I was professionally tested and mine is about 140, give or take maybe 3 points- but I know some fifth graders who are very sharp and some people who have graduated college who are morons.
How is one supposed to give *notarized* proof? Am I to have a notary stamp my computer screen? And how are you to see it if they do? :) Anyway, I took the online "Fifth Grader" test at the game show's website and I finished the million dollar question. And the show said I'm smarter than a fifth grader. So I guess I am.
I can guarantee you that I am smarter than A fifth grader. I might not be smarter than ALL fifth graders, but the odds are good that there is one of them out there that's dumber than me.
I can tell you without reservation that I'm smarter than all the bonehead contestants on the TV show. And I'm way smarter than those kids.
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