IQ-tests.org launches a new site to allow visitors to test their IQ by answering 20 questions in under 20 minutes.
— IQ-tests.org has launched a new test online to allow users to find out their IQ in under 20 minutes. The ITI™ Certification is the most accurate online and recognized IQ available, created by professionals in various research fields and covering 5 areas: visual perception, abstract reasoning, pattern recognition, analytical thinking, and spatial orientation.
The site has already tested more than 500K users and some interesting stats have already started to appear based on those tested. 5% of users could be eligible for MENSA, a number slightly higher than the 2% on the MENSA website. For those looking to boost their score, people who use fish oils, exercise and a handful of other tips and tricks can increase their IQ by up to 30%. But East Asia is where people have the highest IQ, outperforming US citizens by a huge 30%.
The site has also shown some gender biases in their test results. Men score better than women on Math and Logic but women outperform men on the 4 other categories: Spatial reasoning, Creativity, Emotion and Memory. This is intriguing and raises further questions about the way girls and boys are raised and how these biases come to manifest in adulthood.
Women’s IQ scores improve by over 50% between the ages of 18 to 23 but men tend to take longer reaching 26 before they see the same increase. Again, this raises further interesting questions and could even suggest that arbitrary age of adulthood could be wrong if only intelligence is used as a defining parameter.
Visitors can take IQ tests to see where they sit amongst the general population and discover where their strengths and weaknesses lie. Once the test is complete, the user can pay to receive their results including a certificate and a 42-page report. Users can also pay an extra fee for a personalized breakdown of the results which they can use to boost their results by up to 15% next time around. This is ideal for users looking to improve their cognitive abilities but aren’t sure where to start.
For more information about IQ-tests.org, please contact John Power on +353083391039, or email email@example.com. Please address any postal queries to 12 Livington Road, San Francisco, California and check out their website www.iq-tests.org for all the information you need.
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