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!
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.
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.