Language Fair and Culture Fair IQ Tests
This test will measure your abilities in a number of areas under timed conditions, without placing significant emphasis on cultural knowledge.
This test consists of 28 visual-spatial problems. Although fluency in English is necessary to understand the instructions for several of the problems, emphasis on vocabulary and knowledge is very low.
This 15 question untimed test is designed to measure your ability to solve sequence problems. No higher mathematics are required to solve the problems (not even algebra).
These 24 spatial and numerical problems were created by Ronald K. Hoeflin, Ph.D., and are taken from the "Brainbreaker," the "other half" of the famous Mega Test. The Mega Test has been taken by thousands of people, including Marilyn Savant of Parade Magazine fame, and John H. Sununu, then governor of New Hampshire and later Chief of Staff under President Bush, with both individuals achieving extremely high scores on the Mega. The Brainbreaker had been out of circulation for over 20 years, but we recently acquired all rights to it from Dr. Hoeflin. The Brainbreaker, like the Mega Test, is believed to measure intellectual ability above the 99.9999th percentile, which is one person in a million.
This 10 question untimed test will measure your logical and lateral thinking abilities. Although fluency in English is necessary to understand the instructions for several of the problems, emphasis on vocabulary and knowledge is very low.
This 21 question untimed test is designed to measure your mathematical abilities and knowledge as well as your logical aptitude. Although fluency in English is necessary, the emphasis of the test is not on vocabulary or cultural knowledge, perhaps making this a good test for those who do use English as their primary language. An understanding of the fundamentals of algebra will prove helpful on this test.