I.Q Tests

by Klesa
(Somewhere)

Are actually fast-paced, short sets of mostly very easy tasks.


I had to take IQ tests every few years in school as a compromise to get out of taking ADD medication recommended by the school, and from my memory, it was composed of a math section, timed definition recall, set of shapes meant to represent words that you were supposed to remember in order to translate from sentences.. I ended up having to look the rest up, it's been a while, lol.

Spatial ability: the ability to visualize manipulation of shapes

Mathematical ability: the ability to solve problems and use logic

Language ability: This could include the ability to complete sentences or recognize words when letters have been rearranged or removed.

Memory ability: the ability to recall things presented either visually or aurally" -

Howstuffworks.com

Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to IQ Tests.

Recent Articles

  1. IQ test biases and response from the other side

    Nov 16, 17 02:25 PM

    Some IQ test biases are strong despite huge improvement in the testing industry. Yet we need to take their results for average lot with a grain of salt.

    Read More

  2. Wonderlic Test is Language Biased

    Nov 16, 17 08:20 AM

    The test is language-biased. If I had native English or A+ vocabulary, I would've scored higher.

    Read More

  3. Minnesota Personality Test

    Nov 12, 17 02:56 AM

    The Minnesota Personality Test is used to measure mental illness and lies. However, only a psychologist can interpret the results correctly.

    Read More