There are many ways to calculate IQ; however, two of the most common methods used in science are the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale and Raven’s Progressive Matrices. The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale assesses four major components of intelligence: verbal comprehension, perceptual reasoning, working memory, and processing speed. Raven’s Progressive Matrices assess abstract reasoning, which is regarded as a non-verbal estimate of intelligence.
Why should you care about your IQ?
Many studies have found a link between intelligence and performance in school or University, especially in areas such as science, mathematics, and English abilities. Additionally, many studies have found a link between intelligence and job performance. If you want to know more about your IQ you can take a Professional IQ Test.
About Test My Metrics:
We develop online testing tools so people can better understand their unique abilities. At Test My Metrics we believe in helping people gain a deeper understanding of themselves. That’s why we created a simple online test to allow anyone to test their cognitive abilities and obtain their IQ score.
From Neuroscience, to Psychometrics to Digital Technology, we combine many diverse disciplines to create our proprietary, reliable and valid IQ test. Our goal is to make cognitive testing available to everyone. We collaborate closely with leading researchers from institutions around the world to develop and validate our online tests.
About the Test My Metrics IQ Test:
We developed our Professional IQ Test after extensive study into the latest intelligence research and IQ measurement methods. Our goal was to develop an accurate, valid, reliable IQ test that was Culture-fair and could easily be given online.
The TMM IQ Test is based on a classic intelligence assessment called Raven’s Progressive Matrices. Raven’s Progressive Matrices (RPM) was originally developed by John C. Raven in 1936 and is still widely used today. It is a nonverbal test, meaning test takers do not need to respond verbally. Therefore, the test is suitable for a broad age range of test takers, from 5-year-olds to the elderly. Since RPM assesses non-verbal aspects of intelligence, it can also be applied to various cultures without requiring any changes. Finally, the test is easy to administer and score.
The questions on the test all consist of a 3×3 matrix. Each matrix is missing an element in the lower right corner. Test takers must choose which image is the missing element in the matrix from 8 possible answers.