I'm a member of mensa, I hold the Guinness world record for memorization of random objects, and Stephen Hawking frequently seeks me out to proof read his papers on quantum physics. Isn't the Internet wonderful? You can make up anything about yourself, eh ghost rider?
I think a few more problems could be added or a little time taken off. I know it's random and not everyone is going to have multiple problems that had a 1 digit number in them like I did, but the average score is 16/20 so a lot of people are finishing this easily.
Another good quiz, for those jetpunkers that like to think, try 'The CHALLENGE' a puzzle-quiz to get you thinking for a while at ... ... http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/120558/the-challenge
26 seconds left. Tricky for me - I added columns right to left (as we were taught in school). But when I tried to invert the numbers to type them in (left to right, as required by our stupid computers), I invariably messed up the order, confused myself thoroughly, and had to re-do the addition. Ack! LOL Nice challenge!
Missed out on an opportunity there, Quizmaster
https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/151400/subtraction-quiz
2+2=4
-1= ?
still have 3 question
Honestly, addition and multiplication are easier as a category compared to subtraction and division.
I got all with 0:16 left, on my first try.
I was using my laptop numpad & watching a yt video in split window. I wasn't rushing at all, and made >3 mistakes.
I have finished calculus, but don't consider myself particularly bright with math - C+/B range.
Because it's randomized, my questions were 385 + 76, 179 + 1, 39 + 467, 294 + 7, 14 + 441, 409 + 125, 102 + 19, 134 + 3, 33 + 264, 230 + 59, 91 + 385, 100 + 344, 133 + 212, 250 + 126, 15 + 290, 375 + 2, 271 + 281, 518 + 24, 47 + 547 and 9 + 196