In partnership with Match.com, Mensa Match helps Mensans meet and find friendships and love with other Mensans and people outside of the organization who share similar interests.People join Mensa for many reasons, and if this is your reason, go ahead and take the next step.The questions are a mix of number series, vocab and image questions. The site does not request any personal information. Score Accuracy: Average (results seem to match other certified scores)Test-Guide's Perspective: provides a free test with 20 questions.
Both IQ tests are straight forward, with no image questions.
The results are provided instanteously, but don't provide any answers to the questions so you won't know which questions you got right/wrong.
You are also give an raw score which doesn't let you know how many questions you answered correctly.
IQ scores are placed on a scale where 100 is considered “average” intelligence, and each standard deviation is 15 points above or below that.
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“Intelligence Quotient” is the term used to describe a person’s “mental age” as a way of gauging human intelligence.
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Rating: Questions: 8 image (culture fair) or 10 classic Information Collected: 4 Questions (gender, age, country, educational level)Timed?
Mensa members will also be able to search Match for users who have a Mensa badge on their profile, indicating they are also seeking intelligent singles to partner up with.
The elite non-profit organization is open to people who score in the 98th percentile on a standardized, supervised IQ test.
Both companies will be offering the test at a promotional rate until July 6th if you think you have what it takes.