Mainly used in educational settings, this IQ test was developed in 1936 by John C. Raven. It is concerned with assessing cognitive abilities of an individual and is a non-verbal test usually taken in groups.
The test is perfect for people aged 5 or more and consists of 60 questions arranged specifically. The arrangement of questions is also used to judge a person’s skills.
In this test, questions are arranged in a matrix (2×2, 3×3, 4×4 or 6×6) each having different images with one image missing. The respondents are required to identify the missing factor.
The factors tested in this test are: