Time limit: t < 30 min - by: Jonathan Green - Developed on: - completed 5,748 times - 2.76 out of 5 - 33 votes
So you think you’re a genius. Well, that is all about to change when you take this unforgettably challenging iq test. It is guaranteed to make even the most brilliant minds find there "inner moron." Any person scoring over a 150 on this test deserves the nobel peace prize. Some questions may be easy, but others will haunt your dreams. So, let's begin.
10 Questions - by: psico84 - Developed on: - completed 14,718 times - 2.75 out of 5 - 56 votes
That's a small cognitive test. It's almost culture fair: only basic arithmetic is required. Take your time to solve the problems First Part (Q.1-3): Analogies Second Part (Q.4-6): Odd one out Third Part (Q.7-10): Numerical sequences I hope you'll find it enjoyable. Good luck
10 Questions - by: David H. - Developed on: - completed 15,349 times - 2.69 out of 5 - 26 votes
This IQ test follows others except it tests how well one thinks inside the box in the American culture. It follows the precept that verbal abilities are a hallmark of classical indication for a high IQ within our culture.
10 Questions - by: Sam - Developed on: - completed 133,583 times - 2.54 out of 5 - 144 votes - with extended version of quiz results
This is an analog for clinically proctored IQ tests. Statistically, scores are within 10% of an individuals full-scale score on a clinically proctored exam, making this one of the most accurate online IQ tests accessible to the general public. Please read the following instructions carefully before proceeding. - In order to ensure accurate results, it is imperative that you attempt all questions. If you do not know the answer to a given question, guess. - You have a total of 5 minutes to answer all 10 questions (30 seconds per question). - If English is not your first spoken language, your results will be lower. - This examination excludes individuals under the age of 13. - All questions must be answered without any assistance of sources outside your own cognition; the utility of writing utensils, books, calculators, and other accessories will yield inaccurate results.