IQ tests date back to 1905 when Alfred Benit, a French psychologist began to “test” children of different mental capabilities. He set out to find a way to identify those students needing special programs in school and created the foundation that modern intelligence testing is based on. There are many tests out there – whether it’s to test IQ, verbal, social, emotional, language, and many more. The following are sites we put together where you can test your IQ.
Visit these five sites to take a free IQ test.
A score of 126 or above on one of two tests offered gets you an invitation to join this online club.
A “fast, free and accurate online IQ test.” This is a quick test, but I found it to be way too easy. You will probably see an inflated score, but it’s good for practice if you’ve never taken an IQ test before. At the end you will be asked for your email address and then you’ll see about 10 or so pages of opt-in offers. None are actually required for you to receive your score.
Be sure to check the box that indicates whether or not you want to be contacted for future mailings.
(From the website) “This IQ test measures several factors of intelligence, namely logical reasoning, math skills and general knowledge. It also measures your ability to classify things according to various attributes, and to see analogies and relations among concepts or things. It doesn’t take into consideration verbal, social, or emotional intelligence.”
A score of 130+ = “Very Superior”
Share in the comments what you thought of the above IQ tests. How did you do?