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Quick IQ Test

We often get question about IQ tests and how similar they are to the Wonderlic. For that reason we have designed a short version of an IQ test that you will find below.

Welcome to our 50 question sample IQ test. Upon hitting the Start Quiz button, you will be served up the first test question out of 50. As you start the test, a timer for 12 minutes will start. Once you have completed the 50 questions or the timer hits the 12-minute mark, you will be shown your IQ test score results. You will see your results and be able to compare them to average scores. Additionally, you will also see your IQ category based on the score of this test. For most accurate results, no calculators are allowed and looking up information online during the test is not permissible.  You may use scratch paper to help you solve questions if you wish. You are welcome to take the IQ test as many times as you wish. Good luck!

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Quick IQ Practice Test

Our quick sample IQ test is a 25-question multiple-choice test designed to give you a sense of the types of questions found on a typical IQ test. Because there are many different types of IQ tests, and all use different questions types and formats, the results from this test should not be relied upon as an official IQ score. However, the style of questions on this sample test are found on many IQ tests, which may be helpful when preparing for an official IQ test. You will have 6 minutes to answer the 25 questions and you will get one point for every correct answer. There is no penalty for an incorrect answer, so as you practice, be aware of the timer so you can answer as many questions as possible to give yourself the best chance for a high score. When you are ready to begin, click the "Start" button below.

1 / 25

In a leap year, how many days does February have?

2 / 25

Are the following two words similar, contradictory, or not related?

Familiar   Gallant

3 / 25

Reduce the fraction 21/49 to its lowest terms.

4 / 25

The volume of an object that is 23 ft wide, 10 ft deep, and 8 ft height is:

5 / 25

Add 0.45 + 52.12 + 4.1111 + 206 + 0.00029

6 / 25

How many of the six pairs of items listed below are exact duplicates?

5581   5518
86887   86887
14443   14443
56789   56798
44332   4432
108526   180526

7 / 25

Which word does not belong?

8 / 25

42 x 0 x 6 =

9 / 25

What is the average of: 14, 17, 22, 27?

10 / 25

Louis makes $4638.34 a month. If $345.12 is taken out in taxes, what percentage has been removed?

11 / 25

A box of candies contains caramel chocolates and chocolates with nuts.  There are 3 times more caramel chocolates as there are chocolates with nuts. If there are 20 chocolates total, how many are there of each type?

12 / 25

If cookies sell for $1 and oranges for 75 cents, how many of each were sold for a total of $8.25?

13 / 25

61.3% equals:

14 / 25

If sales tax is 6% and you buy a shirt for $25 how much do you owe?

15 / 25

Choose the word that doesn't belong

16 / 25

How many ounces are in a pound and a half?

17 / 25

Round 704.213 to the nearest tens place.

18 / 25

There are 40 grams of sugar in a 12 oz can of Dr Pepper. If your max intake of sugar permitted for the day is 25 grams, how much of the Dr. Pepper can you drink?

19 / 25

When folded into a solid shape, which corner touches corner "A?"

20 / 25

-41 + 13 equals:

21 / 25

There are how many inches in 17.5 feet?

22 / 25

Arrange the following words so that they form a complete sentence.  rectangle has a sides five  Is that sentence true or false?  

23 / 25

In the number 10,987.36 which digit represents the tenths space?

24 / 25

Mark got a 20% raise for his salary. If this salary was $1,800, what is his new salary?

25 / 25

Cow is to milk as orange is to:

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What is an IQ Test?

An IQ (Intelligence Quotient) test is a type of test designed to measure a person’s aptitude and overall problem solving ability. There are multiple versions of an IQ test, such as the Wechsler and Stanford-Binet, but they are more or less structured similarly and have similar types of questions.

Because IQ tests are standardized, scores can be compared to an overall population or from results from years past. The mean or average score is designed to be 100 with standard deviations of 15. You can refer to a standard normal distribution graph to calculate an IQ score’s percentile. For example, an IQ score of 115 is higher than 84.134% of the population and is within the 85th percentile.

Test Questions

IQ test questions are set up to assess your ability to solve problems relative to other individuals of your same age bracket. Problems can vary between written questions, visual logic puzzles, word matching, and math questions. Questions are presented in a multiple choice format.