The Self-Referential Aptitude Test was a fun way to waste a half hour of my time this morning! It’s been a long time since I did anything like this, but it brought back how much I enjoyed logic puzzles and recursive games back in my math geek days. (Who am I kidding, though — those days are still here!)

One piece of advice, though: don’t make the mistake of confusing answer markers (e.g., A, B, C, etc.) with the option that that marker marks. For example, there are a lot of places in the puzzle that answer marker A denotes the answer “B”, and you should try as hard as you can to keep the two ways of denoting an answer separate. Not doing so is the quickest way to totally confuse yourself!