I just got 80/200 (first / only go), and I'm a man, not known for a high EQ but it may indicate something, even against the few here that have taken it so far?. ;-)
Whilst they could well be, maybe we should ask someone who gets nearer the 200 mark what they think of them?
ON the other hand they could be high quality questions, cleverly designed to not be obvious to someone looking to just get a good score, rather than rating their EQ?
When I was an IT trainer we hosted some of the bigger 'online' testing services (Prometric etc) and we would sometimes be asked to take one of the tests on a subject we weren't familiar, just to see what would happen. 'Most of us' got poor scores because we didn't *know* the answers and weren't able to 'see' what the person setting the test was asking for. My mate (and mentor at work, the one I mentioned elsewhere who is interested in the brain lateralization thing) took something like 50 of these tests before failing one!
His 'ability' was to get inside the head of the test writer and pickup on the tiny / tell-tail clues that pointed one to the right answer, even without actual knowledge on the subject.
Cheers, T i m