Question: How nerdy is a person who buys computer magazines, given they didn't even own a computer?
Answer: This question invokes an axiomatic stance, the answer therefore implies -Very Nerdy. QED
Question: What kind of artist believes that reading science magazines and books has more relevence to her Arts practice than Arts magazines?
Answer: Statistics indicate that the said person falls into the High Nerd catagory with 87% certainty. Implications of results could include that said artist, (a) prefers real science over pretend science; (B) prefers well writen articles that are both professional and accessable; (C) thinks physics is cool.
But really I'm sure some of the answers in the Nerd Score quiz are skewed in their weighting. My theory is that if you answer the question, "Do you intend on publicizing the results of this test?" with Yes, your Nerd Score goes up considerably more than guessing correctly that Beryllium is a element in the periodic table.
Take the Nerd Test yourself and see.