I couldn't resist trying this one. I suspect that the results of the test are biassed by a selection effect where the nerdier you are the more likely you are to take the test in the first place.
Anyway, here is my result:
17% of people score higher than me, and 82% score lower. I was disappointed to score so highly, because as I filled in the multiple-choice questionnaire I could see that the extremely nerdy answers were off the scale compared to where I stood. Maybe that was a trick to let me make the choices that I did without being too embarrassed about them.
The questionnaire was extremely selective in the areas it covered, because it focussed on asking about nerdy things to the almost complete exclusion of asking you about anything else. So, if you spend only small fraction of your time being a nerd, you will register highly on the nerd-scale as defined by this test.
I wish there was a way to find out how each answer was weighted to produce the overall result. Oh no! Wishing for that must in itself be a nerdy thing to do! Aargh! This is renormalisation gone mad!
Update (12 December 2007):
The result I got when I tried version 2 of the test (see here) is
OK, so now I am a "cool nerd" which sounds pretty good to me, but I am annoyed that my Science/Math and Technology/Computer scores are deemed to be so low! Who are the people who designed this test anyway? I'm not playing any more, maybe...