I don't have an attitude, my degree is irrelevant to my job and I rarely mention it, but I do have a big problem when people say "I can't do this stuff, so it must be too difficult for these children" without considering the possibility that the child is smarter than they are.
These tests are supposed to identify the brightest children, so that they can be encouraged to develop. Whether that cumulates in a degree is irrelevant, that's the young person's decision to make - but dumbing down these tests is not the answer.
I'm not saying everyone without a degree is stupid, what I am saying is that this guy, how apparently has more degrees than I do, is stupid. At the same time I was insinuating that perhaps his degree(s) was not particularly taxing intellectually...
Do you understand my point now?
PS: My mother is a Maths Teacher (at a high school). I bet I know more maths than she does, but she's a far better Teacher than I will ever be. She would never go toe-to-toe in a Math-off with me, but she would also never dare to tell me that something is too difficult for me, just because she could not do it.