Nine months ago I started my journey on Puzzling in a rough way with this question.
I honesty hope this time I won't generate so extended discussion...!
I love self-referential questions, puzzles or tests. And I still think those make the most efficient way to evaluate the intelligence of a person. Simply because it doesn't require any level of math knowledge or algebraic familiarity. They just rely on pure logics.
Recently I made the next test to give my students when they begin to learn logic. It's a simple one (with just five questions and three options for each one). Can you figure the answers out?
QUESTION #1: The number of questions of this test with the answer A is
QUESTION #2: The maximum number of consecutive questions with the same answer is
QUESTION #3: The answer to the question 4 is
QUESTION #4: In total, the number of questions with the same answer as this one is:
QUESTION #5: The number of questions between this one and the last one with the same answer as this one is
PLEASE NOTE that every time a question refers the answer to another question, it refers to the letter option, not to the answer itself.
NOTE TO CLEAR THING UP: Please be literal on your interpretation of the questions. There are some contradictions which rule out some of the answers.