I took the test in honest regard, never having taken that particular one ever before. I got the result 135 which is an underestimation and I will explain why and also cover 2 points I so-called 'cheated'.
I had to search for the antonym question on exactly what the hell the opposite of 'street' was or could be. If that is cheating, so be it. I couldn't know whether or not the answer was true or false without understanding how a word that I never knew could have an opposite, could have one. The result I chose was 'false' and was solely due to 'street' being in the list. A highway or 'roadway' in some slang, can be 'opposite a street' on a map in some sense but if that was really how we were meant to think abstractly and select 'true' then I don't understand. that question likely lowered my IQ result as it took me so much time to think and comprehend.
The other point I 'cheated' was the word 'congruent' made absolutely no sense to me at all when saying 3 hexagons. There was no reason for it to not call them 'identical' instead.
Anyway, I did not 'cheat' in any other way at all. If I had no search engine available, I would have selected 'false' for the antonym question because I would assume that since 'road' is a synonym for street and not antonym, I'd choose false hoping it was meant to trick you. The opposite of 'grasp' being 'release' wasn't easy to notice but I cannot fathom what can be the opposite of 'street', it isn't a type of thing to have an opposite of...
It is possible that the opposite of 'street' is 'alley' or 'sideway' or something as in a street is for cars andall kinds of people but alleys are only for pedestrians and cyclists. Neither begin with R and that really took me the most time out of all the questions by far. As in almost a full minute I think, the rest was much more straightforward in comparison.