In honor of this week’s Game of Thrones Season 4 premier, we present the following psychometrically valid projections.
Blood Raven — 180. I don’t know who this is. I read the first book a few months after it came out and have had to wait while George R.R. Martin beta tested EverQuest 2 between each book writing, so my reads have been few and far between. But a quick google search on intelligence of GoT characters always has him listed as #1. So if the internet says so, it must be true.
Tyrion — 179. They say Imp’n ain’t easy, but I think it is. Tyrion had all of the time and the resources to have read books growing up, and he has read them all. Including copious LSAT guides and practice exams. He would likely come up just one point short…ouch. He is primed for the test, unless of course they have a visual-spatial section.
LittleFinger – 179. Little Finger has the longest list of C&F issues AdComms have ever seen; and I mean running a brothel is the least of them. He needs a 179 or 180 to get into Braavos Law and he knows it. He also has the intellectual firepower to do so and if not, probably he means to forge the test score anyway.
Maester Aemon — 178. What can I say, the guy has seen it all (ok, that is mean) and not even a circle problem will thrown him off.
Varys — 177. As an added test-taking bonus, he isn’t distracted by members of the opposite or same sex like just about every other character in GoT.
Olenna Redwine (The Queen of Thorns) — 177. I didn’t know her name, I just think of her as Margery’s really smart grandmother. The really smart thing pays off here.
Tywin Lannister — 170, 173, 176 . Is there any doubt he would take it three times to better his chances of leaving a legacy or getting a few extra coin?
Daenerys Targaryen — 173. I have no idea what she would score. I don’t even know what I just put down. But she is awesome.
Jaime Lannister — 170. Jaime is more intelligent than I think he gets credit for. There is also zero chance he would suffer from test day anxiety. He also gets some serious accommodations for missing a hand.
Bronn — 168. He is that jerk that doesn’t prepare or practice and shows up hungover…yet still beats you.
Theon Greyjoy — 144. I’d personally sit outside his test center and blow a trumpet for 3 straight hours to tank his score. And man does he hate horns.
Podrick Payne — 140. I’d admit him in a heartbeat score or no score.
Hodor – - 120. No one could possibly contest that Hodor would get his name right on the LSAT.
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