We all feel like we see the exact same, but some of us have eyes that are much more sensitive to color hues than others do. We don't really notice this, until a test like THIS comes along! In this test, look for the orange arrow and the color it's pointing to, and try to see which hue is the best match for that color. So take your time and look carefully.
It seems your eyesight isn't what it used to be! Are you perhaps tired or not focused? That might explain some of the mistakes. Otherwise, you may want to see an eye doctor for a diagnosis because it seems you can't differentiate colors very well nor notice small details. If this is news to you, then definitely go and get checked. Our eyesight doesn't get any stronger when we ignore the problem, we just get used to not seeing as well, and that's a shame.
Average to Below-Average Vision
Your eyesight isn't bad, but it's not great either. You have about average to slightly below average vision, which means you see fine, but you could see better. Perhaps you have good vision but are tired or unfocused. We'd suggest taking the test again before looking at the answers below. You might do better the second time around. If not, look below and maybe see a doctor regarding your vision; it may be starting to deteriorate a bit.
Above Average Vision
You have excellent vision, a bit above average, and if you are over 60 - much above average! You have a great connection between the various parts of your brain that manage vision in the occipital lobe. You also have the right amount of cones (little structures that tell color and brightness) in your eye. You should be pleased. Your eyesight is excellent!
Your eyesight and your brain connect in a powerful way. Your brain processes vision and color better than 95% of people and can report the smallest changes in color or tiny details. You have an uncanny ability to identify objects, people, and colors. In short - your eyesight is perfect!