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    [SIZE=7]A PRE-SCHOOL TEST FOR YOU[/SIZE]

    Which way is the bus
    below traveling?

    Attachment 9766

    To the left or to the right?


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    Can't make up your mind?
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    [SIZE=5]Look carefully at the picture again.[/SIZE][SIZE=5]

    Still don't know?

    Pre-schoolers all over the United States

    were shown this picture asked the same question,
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    [SIZE=5]90% of the pre-schoolers gave the same answer.

    What is the answer?
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    To the left.

    The bus door is usually located on the right side.

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    Do I get a candy or an ice cream?

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    Oh, more than that - you get promoted to nursery. Remember it is a pre-school test.

    But congratulations on being able to answer that. I posed that question to quite a few post pre-schoolers, actually post-grad guys. None of them were able to answer it. So I was intrigued and decided to post it.

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    I kept trying to make the bus go right... but it still went left, damnit!...

    I thought this was a psych thing (like the dancing girl in the other thread... ) :hysterical:

    Paano kung Japanese? Maybe the people you asked were confused, because there are a lot of JDM vans with the doors on the left...

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    Naaah, all of the guys I asked who got post-grad degrees got them either locally or from the States. Either way, I would say too Americanized to even think JDMs.

    There seems to be something about higher education that makes the brain automatically add more elements to a problem. The higher the education level, the more complicated the additional elements.

    That's some food for thought, isn't it.

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    It is not even moving!


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    to the right, the door is at the left side of the bus..

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    Quote Originally Posted by architect View Post
    Oh, more than that - you get promoted to nursery. Remember it is a pre-school test.

    But congratulations on being able to answer that. I posed that question to quite a few post pre-schoolers, actually post-grad guys. None of them were able to answer it. So I was intrigued and decided to post it.
    Yahoooo!!!!!

    It took me quite a while to answer your question.

    I just looked out the window from our office and observed the buses in EDSA, badabing, badaboom!!!!!

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    Hehe. Somehow, for me, the bus appears going to the left but that is because I am left-handed. Then, as I mentioned above, I started adding details to the bus (and making the problem complicated).

    But in this case, when I got to drawing the door, that is when I realized the bus can be headed only in one direction. Since the door is located on the bus' right side, and there is no door shown in the drawing, then that means it is the left side that is shown. Hence the bus is headed left.

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