The difficulty that I would have in reading these is that they start out as if being spoken to the person filling out the questionnaire: "your gender" — but finish as being spoken by the person filling it out.
This is really more of a User Experience or Writing stack exchange question, rather than about English. However, It is probably better to phrase questions as questions. The part about "your gender" is also confusing. You can ask two questions about men and women since those are easier to understand. The questions about "above average" are redundant. Since "above average" is not a single value but a range of values, (everything greater than the average) So while I could make an estimate of average height, I couldn't give a value to above-average height. My answers to your three questions would all be the same.
Based on your own experience, what is the average height of an adult man?
Based on your own experience, what is the average height of an adult woman?
You could then ask about the typical height for a "tall man" etc.
I might note that many native speaker will have no idea about heights measured in centimetres. In the UK we happily use cm for measurements of lines on paper, but normally use feet and inches for heights. In America, cm are hardly used at all.