# Iq Question Paper

## Iq Question Paper

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• Date Submitted: 05/20/2010 7:24 AM
• Category: Social Issues
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Contents

Introduction Part one Visual analogy test Visual odd one out test Lateral thinking test Which letter comes next Visual sequence test Numerical calculation test Part two IQ test one IQ test two IQ test three IQ test four IQ test five IQ test six IQ test seven Answers

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Introduction

Intelligence is the capacity to learn or understand. Although intelligence is possessed by all people, it varies in amount for each person, and remains the same throughout life from approximately 18 years of age. In psychology, intelligence is defined as the capacity to acquire knowledge or understanding, and to use it in novel situations.

What is IQ?
IQ is the abbreviation for intelligence quotient. Intelligence quotient (IQ) is an age-related measure of intelligence and is defined as 100 times mental age. The word ‘quotient’ means the result of dividing one quantity by another, and intelligence can be defined as mental ability and quickness of mind.

What is an IQ test?
IQ tests are part of what is generally referred to as ‘psychological testing’. Such test content may be addressed to almost any aspect of our intellectual or emotional make-up, including personality, attitude, intelligence or emotion. An intelligence test (IQ test) is, by definition, any test that purports to measure intelligence. Generally such tests consist

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More IQ Testing

of a series of tasks, each of which has been standardized with a large representative population of individuals. Such a procedure establishes the average IQ as 100. When measuring the IQ of a child, that child is given an intelligence test that has already been given to thousands of other children, so that an average score has been established for each age group. Thus, a child who at 8 years of age obtained a result expected...