Official IQ Test: only 2% of the population have an IQ over 130 – can you obtain a better result?
About the test
An official IQ test assembled by top experts in the field of psychology and intelligence measurement. The test comprises 30 questions and the completion time is 25 minutes, after which the IQ test will be terminated and evaluated even if you have failed to fill in the answers to all the questions.
The test does not depend on acquired knowledge, cultural, linguistic or social background. It is about finding logical relations between graphical symbols, numerical series etc.
How to do the test
The best result can only be achieved with full concentration and under other favourable conditions. When completing the IQ test you should be well rested and in a good psychical mood; quiet and a limited ambient influence are also desirable.
History of IQ tests
The purpose of the original IQ tests created by A. Binet and T. Simon was the comparison of school children’s abilities. They were designed to select pupils who, in comparison with their peers, required special guidance. In 1916, an American psychologist, Lewis Terman, from Stanford University published a revision of this test, called the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, which was used mainly by the US Army.
How to obtain the certificate
Once you have completed the IQ test, you can obtain a certificate with your data and the value of your intelligence quotient. With this certificate you can not only boast to your acquaintances, but also, for example, address a potential employer.