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Introduction

This site was made with educational purpose only and our goal is to analyze your thinking patterns and improve them. The IQ test is independent from other commercial or paid IQ tests and it is based on flexible intelligence scale suitable for online testing. Your score is based on six different subsets:

• Visual Patterns
• Arithmetic
• Verbal Logic
• Verbal and Arithmetic Patterns
• Visual and Arithmetic Patterns
• Personal

The questions were based on these subsets and in the next chapter we are going to analyze what is your performance on each of them.

Chapter I - Visual Patterns

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The questions are provided with a series of pictures presented in rows (either two or three rows) and you have to determine which pictures go together or which picture is missing. There were 8 questions in this subset included in the IQ test. If you want to improve this score you should practice in finding visual patterns in pictures, objects or math visual problems.

Chapter II - Arithmetic

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This chapter includes number sequences only. You should analyze the sequence and detect the pattern used to generate the numbers in the sequence. There were 4 questions in the IQ test from this subset and the greater knowledge you have in basic arithmetic, the greater chance to solve the next number in the sequence is. If you want to improve that score you should invest some time in mathematics – algebra.

Chapter III - Verbal Logic

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This chapter includes logic tasks, simple and advanced text problems, vocabulary knowledge (word sum) and historical information. There were total 5 questions in the IQ test from this subset. If you want to improve that score you should extend your general knowledge – like historical data and vocabulary data. You should try to understand the real problem hidden under one math equation and vice-versa, to translate one text problem in math equation.

Chapter IV - Verbal and Arithmetic Patterns

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This chapter includes the power to find the logic link between a word sequence and a number sequence. The question could be presented to the test taker by visual diagram or text data. There were total 4 questions in the IQ test from this subset. In order to improve that score you should improve your Verbal Logic score, your Arithmetic score and your experience in solving math issues (so you can construct and find the link between the verbal logic subset and the arithmetic subset).

Chapter V - Visual and Arithmetic Patterns

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This chapter includes advanced math problems visualized by diagrams. Your intuition and creativity are in a great help here. There were total 5 questions in the IQ test from this subset. In order to improve that score you should improve your skills in finding visual patterns, simple mathematics – algebra and simple mathematics – geometry.