The Zolmega Test
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Your IQ score falls into one of seven different classifications, assuming the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale is used. The basic classifications their and deviations are:
- 130 and above Very Superior
- 120 to 129 Superior
- 109 to 119 High Average
- 90 to 109 Average
- 80 and 89 Low Average
- 70 and 79 Borderline
- 69 and below Extremely Low
The Zolmega Test is a high-range IQ assessment granting a score of up to 148. There is no time limit and the assessment consists of a series of 20 alphanumerical items.
Your score is determined through a range of questions involving numerical logic, symmetry, basic mathematics, abstract reasoning within a logical framework, and series identification.
As one of the longer and more complex IQ assessments, it is recommended that you spend a minimum of two hours on the test.
You’re allowed to take notes and make written calculations, and pocket calculators are also allowed. Discussing the test is prohibited and solutions should not be directly sought from thirty-party sources as this compromises the accuracy of the test completely. You are however allowed to use external references to clarify.
Only the first and second results are accepted as accurate. Good luck with your free Zolmega Test and remember - take the time to completely clarify the question within your perceptual understanding before attempting to solve each item.
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