Victor Serebriakoff: Self-Scoring IQ Tests (Self-Scoring Tests)

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Test I was interested only in the language section Using the scoring instructions from the back I was able to calculate my language score 117 119 by assuming the same score on the other two parts of the test I ve always thought of language as my strength so somewhat disappointed I d expected 125 130 on the language section I ve been dilatory on completing the rest Not being a psychologist I can t vouch for its validity but I can tell you it s not designed to salve your ego meaning that it likely is pretty accurate as others have pointed out It seems to be ite accurate for those vast numbers of The Bosss Marriage Plan us in a fairly typical I rangeWARNING Psychologists say that most ofs are subject to thinking our I higher than what it really is thus was the case with me This book is 33 pages for as few pages as there is I was surprise to find several mistakes in the sample Tiny Tyrant uestions and the actual Iestions Mistakes in I Tuckers Claim uestions will not help with your test results Other than that it is a small and very affordable little book for practicing or preparing for an I test Does not represent actual I since most people would score very high here Also had mistakes Go elsewhere However good practice and fun And good price Though this is a true i test and not a pseudo test as many have pointed out it is HEAVILY biased on verbal with verbal scores being counted three times and Cognitive and Mathematics only one eachAs with most i tests of this nature the results are less reliable the further you get from the averageThere are fifty items for each test and two tests for each attribute supposedly being measured If you wer. Soning abilitiesick learning capability and problem solving proficiency Begin with the practice The Runaway and the Cattleman uizzes to warmp and then proceed to the actual tests which concentrate on verbal mathematical and spatial relations estions At the end

The introduction to the book otes Aristotle s dictum of know thyself Which was fitting since that was the exact reason I had decided to purchase it I felt like I needed to know where I stood intellectually with my peers especially because I have been told recently I was not a good fit for my current major and have felt pretty dim for a while now So I wanted to know definitively whether or not I had what it takesThere are two tests of the same structure in the book with introductory practice tests of about 15 estions or so for each of the three subjects In the back there are methods for calculating your score based on having taken one or both of the tests and a percentile score accompanying it If you have some need to know this about yourself and feel like you can open that Pandora s box and accept the results short of getting the WAIS from a I kinda bought this just because i find these kinds of tests fun It emphasizes verbal the score is calculated by mathematical score spatial score verbal score x 3 I kinda suck at verbal which is a nice way of saying i suck pretty bad at verbal and this particular test is pretty vocabulary reliant for the verbal section which i think is a bit hacky but i could just be being salty over it Also i got 126 and i think that s an overestimation of my capabilities SoI guess i got lucky flattery is at play i just doubt myself or some mix of those 3 things The mathematical and spatial tests were a lot fun or i could just be saying that because i did much better on those Very interesting Only one reviewer of 39 has been candid enough to admit his score on this. Honorary International President of MENSA Victor Serebriakoff has created two comprehensive testssimilar to the elaborate standardized ones administered by professional psychologistsperfectly designed to measure your cognitive skills rea.

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E to miss five estions on each group of fifty Tomas uestions your score would be 137 Scoring PERFECT on the test makes you only 144 in intelligence Is either accurate To an extent yes However i noticed that several of theestions could easily have been interpreted incorrectly or have than one answer This leads to a drop of several points on the test and in some cases that would be significantIt is also deficient for measuring lower scores in that simply The Sister Swap understanding the test instructions reuires some degree of intelligenceIn summary it is a good test for giving one a GENERAL idea of where your i is but should not be taken too seriously at the extremesIf you score perfect on this test GO ELSEWHERE TO GET TESTED A perfect score could mean you had an I of144 or 200 and THAT is a lot of difference On the other hand if you normally score averagep to high average the test is fairly reliable I scored in the top 99% so don t construe this as a bitter review I just happened to find multiple errors in this book scaling issues for the spatial test poor instructions throughout the entire bookand lastly the method of determining the I was poor It weighting the verbal by 3 whereas the spatial and numbers by 1 each Finally it seems the max score is around 144 or so with whatever method the author sed to determine I mapped with a percentage as wellIf you re looking to sharpen your skills go for it It s fun If you re looking for an accurate I test go elsewhere Also I would rethink I as a measurement tool for intellect it s been proven in current times to be an inaccurate measure of aptitude Great nice test. F the booklet youll find the right answers and an explanation of how to determine your I from your scores There are also tables that convert your results into a percentage rating so you can assess where you fall in the general population.