The CFIQ Test, or Cattell Culture Fair Intelligence Test, is a high-range IQ assessment granting a maximum score of up to 168. Under the pressure of a 30-minute time limit, it calls upon your spatial intelligence to answer a selection of 25 questions.
These require you to use your capabilities to comprehend and process three-dimensional images, geometry and shapes logically. Your right-hand brain affinity is used extensively through this test, with each test item using spatial recognition and spatial reasoning questions to solve.
See how you score from a questionnaire presenting 25 spatial items which don’t require conventional verbal knowledge to solve but instead use your ability to visualize objects within the mind’s eye.
The first score you obtain is the most accurate and retesting is therefore not recommended.
IQ compared by countries
The question of the intelligence of a certain nationality or population may be controversial. In fact, intelligence is influenced by national, political, and geographic factors. Often surprisingly, but scientifically proven, a warmer climate has a markedly bad influence on the intelligence quotient. The average IQ scores for many populations have been rising at an average rate of three points per decade since the early 20th century, a phenomenon called the Flynn effect. It is disputed whether these changes in scores reflect real changes in intellectual abilities, or merely methodological problems with past or present testing.