- Attempt all questions! If you do not know the answer, make a guess and click on the (Guess) box by the answer. Even if your answer is incorrect your guess is still taken into account. Please be sure to click on the (Guess) box if you are guessing in order to get the most accurate results.
- If you have seen a similar question on other tests and know the answer
based on past experience with the similar question, make sure you click on the
(Known) box. This is extremely important in determining accurate results.
- Questions are colored based on their difficulty the lighter the color,
the easier the question. The darker the color the more difficult the
question. You can answer the questions in any order you choose, however you
should note that answering dark colored questions does not necessarily give
better results. All questions are equally important! Especially the light
- When answering the multiple choice questions (Questions 1-8 and 10-17)
make sure that you do not accidentally change your response by flicking the
mouse scroll wheel. After selecting an answer, you may want to click outside
the box just to be safe.
- Use only letter, numbers and if necessary decimal points when answering
the non multiple choice questions. Keep your answer as simple as possible.
- The final question in the test requires that you write a short answer. Try
to keep your answer no more than one paragraph however do your best to be
detailed. Don't worry about spelling mistakes, or grammatical errors, however
try your best not to make any. This question may seam very odd, however
answering it to the best of your abilities will help in determining your final
- Some of the questions require knowledge of basic math operations. Since
not all visitors may have the same educational background here are some basic
concepts you will need in order to complete the test;
- Prime Number Series; A prime number is a number that can only be
divided by 1 and itself, (ex: 2, 3, 5...). Some series are based on a prime
number sequence, so you might need to keep that in mind.
- Square, Cubed and Series of Other Powers; A series which consists
of multiple powers of a number are common in IQ tests. An example would be 4,.
9, 16... which is 2x2, 3x3, 4x4... The higher the power the more times each
number of the series is multiplied by itself.
PLEASE NOTE: The test will automatically
submit by itself after 20 minutes. If you finish the test in less than 20
minutes, you may click the "Submit for Scoring" button at the end of the test.
There will be two timers to show your how much time is left. One in the status
bar of your browser window, and the other that will follow you mouse cursor at
all time. Use your time wisely and answer as many questions as you can. The more
you answer the better you will perform. the timer will start as soon as you
click the "Start Test" button! GOOD LUCK!
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