This section consists of two separate IQ tests each of 40 questions. Within each of these tests are four sub-tests, each of 10 questions, in four different disciplines: spatial ability, logical thought processes, verbal ability and numerical ability in Test One, and verbal ability, numerical ability, maths and diagrams in Test Two. It is these disciplines that are most common in aptitude testing.
Because these tests have been specially compiled for this book and have not, therefore been standardised, an actual IQ rating cannot be given. We do, however, give a performance rating for each test of 10 questions to enable you to identify your own strengths or weaknesses, and we also give an overall rating for each complete test of 40 questions. It is this overall rating which is the best guide to your performance.
You should keep strictly within the time limit otherwise your score will be invalidated.
40-question test (time limit 2 hours):
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Publication information: Book title: Psychometric Testing: 1000 Ways to Assess Your Personality, Creativity, Intelligence and Lateral Thinking. Contributors: Philip Carter - Author, Ken Russell - Author. Publisher: Wiley. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2001. Page number: 197.
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