Hmm. The definitions of nerd, geek, and dork. Dork is apparently not a good thing.
According to my Nerd Purity Test Result:
You answered “yes” to 18 of 100 questions, making you 82.0% nerd pure; that is, you are 82.0% pure in the nerd domain (you have 18.0% nerd in you).
Your Weirdness Factor (AKA Uniqueness Factor) is 13%, based on a comparison of your test results with 576688 other submissions for this test.
The average purity for this test is 73.8%.
I kind of figured that would be some kind of nerd in me, particularly when the survey whether I could name at least 10 titles of Star Trek episodes. I figured that meant for Original Trek and the spinoffs (in which case, yeah, I probably can name more than 10, or at least 10).
And, according to the Geek Test, I have Geekish Tendencies (which I already knew).
I scored worse on the Geek Purity Test (if only because their questions were… less scientific):
You answered “yes” to 10 of 129 questions, making you 92.2% geek pure; that is, you are 92.2% pure in the geek domain (you have 7.8% geek in you).
Your Weirdness Factor (AKA Uniqueness Factor) is 2%, based on a comparison of your test results with 191614 other submissions for this test.
The average purity for this test is 80.1%.
Guess I’m more nerd than geek. Well, go figure. [pardon the bad formatting – it’s looking like italics and blockquoting in parts where they should be either…]