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 Calculate your IQ (for children)
 
A test to measure your intelligence
You might be a genius like Mozart, the composer, or Albert Einstein, the physicist, who had very high IQ levels - higher than 160. This test will allow you to calculate your IQ and compare your results to those of other kids your age, all in a matter of minutes.

The above graph shows the distribution of various IQ levels in a given age group. This means that if a group of 10 year olds took this test, two out of three would get an "average" score, that is, an IQ level between 85 and 115.

A test to know yourself better
IQ, or Intelligence Quotient, is an evaluation of our capacity to understand, think and reason.

The test we offer has been carefully prepared by a psychologist for children aged between 8 and 14 years old. It will allow you to evaluate your intelligence level in four key areas, namely: logic, arithmetic, vocabulary and comprehension.




Note : It is recommended that a child be under the supervision of an adult during the completion of this test. This is to avoid any technical computer problems that may occur during the test. Furthermore, we suggest that the adult not help the child during the time he or she is answering the questions.


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