The Self-Referential Quiz, also known as Self-Referential Test or Puzzle, is an interesting kind of logic game. Each quiz has a sequence of multiple choice questions about the test itself.
Some puzzles are hard even for experienced puzzle solvers, so it is a good idea to try to solve the easiest quiz first before trying the others.
Puzzle with only three questions. Try to solve this one before trying the others.
This basic SRQ is a great start for anyone who never tried to solve this kind of test.
A very beginner-friendly SRQ with only 5 questions.
Created by a famous mathematician, this simple self-referential test can be considered easy.
An easy self-referential quiz that can be solved in less than 7 minutes.
Can you solve this self-referential test under 10 minutes. Try it to find out.
If you want something not so easy, this is a good problem to play.
This test have similar questions to its antecedent. There are 10 questions in total.
Eight questions that will make you use your brain more than you expect.
This is the original self-referential test with 20 questions created in the 90s by Jim Propp.
This kind of puzzle was created by Jim Propp (professor of mathematics at the University of Massachusetts Lowell). The first test he created was named "Self-referential Aptitude Test" (S.R.A.T.) and it was created as some kind of joke because there is only 1 question of 20 that can be solved directly. The others questions make self-references to their own answers.