This free IQ test consists in 40 questions of increasing difficulty level. The candidate must choose from a range of symbols to find the one which completes the set. The challenge is to grasp the relevance of the symbols without context and to understand the relationship between them.
This free IQ test is particularly challenging because it assesses the top 25% of the cognitive capacity range. Don't give up!
Used for more than 60 years for children and adults alike in more than a hundred countries, this IQ test evaluates an essential component of intelligence: inductive capacity.
Inductive capacity is defined as a person’s capacity to formulate new concepts when faced with new information, to extract meaning from confusion or ambiguity and to think through complex situations and events in a clear manner.
This IQ test is thus able to differentiate between individuals according to their capacity for immediate observation and their logical reasoning and determine their learning potential.
Everything about this IQ test in 5 key points:
This IQ test is used by psychologists for more than 60 years in more than 100 countries. Professionals trust it.
Numerous works and scientific publications dedicated to this kind of IQ test have been published and can be readed.
There are no letters, no numbers, only logical sequences expressed through geometric symbols.
This allows the testing of candidates from different cultural backgrounds in an equal manner, which mainly explains the popularity of this IQ test.
The results of this IQ test are valid for young children from the age of 6 up to the elderly.
The obtained IQ score is automatically weighted according to the age during the normalization phase.
The method of calculation is recognized and explained in detail.
The score is converted in accordance with international standards and correlated with a percentile range based on Wechsler's scale (standard deviation of 15).
Most candidates complete the test in less than 40 minutes. Quickest candidates in 10 minutes.
The IQ is automatically scored and immediately displayed at the end of the test.
Yes. Although it is used most often by adults, this IQ test is valid for children from age 6 and a half to age 16 and a half. The IQ obtained is automatically adjusted to account for age during the normalization phase.
After completing the test, your score will firstly be converted according to international standards and correlated to a percentile based on your age. The higher the percentile, the better the performance. For example a percentile of 67 indicates that 67% of subjects achieved a lower score.
Secondly your percentile is correlated with your IQ using the Wechsler scale (standard deviation 15).
By definition, the average IQ is 100. If you exceed 100, you have above-average intelligence and a lower score indicates that, according to a specific measure, you are less intelligent.
In order to provide the most comfortable test environment for all users, this IQ test is administered in an open-ended session. Most people complete the test in less than 40 minutes. The best in less than 10 minutes.
Numerous works and scientific publications dedicated to this kind of IQ test have been published.
It has been demonstrated that there is a 70% correlation between the results of this IQ test and educational achievement. Consequently, the higher your result in this test the greater your chances of success at higher levels of study. Obviously, the inverse is not true.
In comparison, the correlation factors in other IQ tests have an average variation comprising between 20 and 60%
This IQ test is composed of a serie of 40 matrices, divided into 5 sets of 8 matrices each. The level of difficulty is increasing and linear. The matrices become more and more complex and their logic becomes more and more difficult to discern.
This IQ test is free. At the end of the test, you will get a free qualitative estimation of your IQ. You will also be offered the opportunity to pay to receive your detailed results.
This IQ test is an international test, known as non-linguistic and culture fair (in other words acultural): there are neither letters nor numbers, only logical sequences in geometric shapes.
Thanks to this particularity, this IQ test is used by psychologists for more than 40 years and throughout the world, for people from different cultures and who speak different languages.
It is often the best choice, especially in schools where students often come from a variety of cultural backgrounds.