Author: Philip J Carter David C Scott/Publisher: Vision/Orient PaperbacksYear: 2004Language: EnglishPages: 160ISBN/UPC (if available): 8122203744
The tests in this book are specially compiled to provide fun and entertainment to those who take them. At the same time, the questions are designed to be similar in format to those you are likely to encounter in IQ tests. If you perform well on these tests you are likely to do well on actual IQ tests. Because they have been specially compiled for this publication, the tests are not standardized and, therefore, an actual IQ score cannot be given. Nevertheless, we do provide an approximate guide to performance on each test, for those of you who may wish to exercise you competitive instincts. We also provide a time limit for those of you wishing to tray the tests against the clock.What number should replace the question mark?Keep your brain as fit as your body.These IQ tests will help you to do so.Check out whether you are best at verbal, visual, numerical, or calculation and logic questions.Warm up on the following:Which word is the odd one out?Decode, Translate, Encipher, Interpret, RevealSimplify to find the value of X:X= (-5)-)-(-7)-(-2)A man left a sum of money to his three children. Albert is to get 20% more than Jasper and 25% more than Cyril. Jasper’s share is $ 3600. Howe much does Cyril get?
INTRODUCTIONVERBAL TESTSTest 1Test 2Test 3Test 4Test 5VISUAL TESTSTest 1Test 2Test 3NUMERICAL TESTSTest 1Test 2Test 3 Test 4Test 5CALCULATION AND LOGIC TESTSTest 1Test 2Test 3 Test 4Test 5MULTIDISCIPLINE TESTSTest 1Test 2Test 3Test 4Test 5ANSWERS