Free IQ Test

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Why IQ Test?

IQ scores are used as predictors of educational achievement, special needs, job performance and income. It requires full concentration to achieve the best results.

Questions You Might Ask About The IQ Test

Question: Is this test FREE?
Answer: Yes, absolutely free. You will get your IQ score after you have completed the 30 questions.

Question: Is this a real test?
Answer: Yes, this test is a Mensa IQ Test. However, this test does not serve as a substitute for a professional intelligence test administrated by psychologists.

Question: Does the test result really show my IQ?
Answer: It depends on how you did the test. We suggest you to spend 15-30 minutes to do the test thoroughly.

Question: How to know how good is my IQ score?
Answer: The average IQ score is 90-110. You can take a look from the table below.

IQ Score Intelligence
130 and above Very Superior
120–129 Superior
110–119 High Average
90–109 Average
80–89 Low Average
70–79 Borderline
69 and below Extremely Low

How to Do the IQ Test?

This IQ test consists of 30 sets of visual graphics. For each graphic, you will see a grid with 8 shapes that follows a certain rule or pattern – with the 9th missing.

You must choose one of the six possibilities, from images with green background, to complete the pattern. It should take less than 30 minutes to complete the test, so make sure you can focus, free from distractions and not in a hurry.

Do You Know That

According to Business Insider:

  • Summer vacation can drop your IQ
  • People with lower-than-average IQ are more likely to drop out, go to jail or live in poverty
  • Lower IQ scores are linked to more suicidal feelings
  • If you have an IQ of at least 115, you can do any job
  • Creativity is also measured in an IQ test
  • Your IQ will perform better when you work for a job that require more thinking

Actually, you can change your IQ if you work hard enough. According to 30-year study Journal by the National Institute of Mental Health, “People who worked in complex environments performed better over time than those who had jobs that didn’t require as much thinking”.