Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to all your questions about the IQ test on this page. Whether you're curious about test preparation, result interpretation, or the science behind IQ testing, this FAQs provide easy-to-understand answers. Get informed and ready for your IQ journey.

An IQ test is a standardized assessment designed to measure a range of cognitive abilities and provide an indication of intellectual potential. It evaluates various aspects like logical reasoning, problem-solving skills, and memory.

Our IQ test is suitable for individuals aged 18 and above. It's designed to accommodate a wide range of people, regardless of their educational or cultural background.

While there's no set rule, it's generally advised to take the test once every year or two to accurately gauge any significant changes in your cognitive abilities.

An IQ score is a numerical representation of your cognitive abilities compared to the average population. It's an indicator of how well you might perform on tasks that require reasoning and problem-solving skills.

Yes, your test results are completely confidential. We respect your privacy and ensure that your scores and responses are not shared with any third parties.

Yes, it is possible to improve your IQ score over time through various methods such as engaging in brain-training exercises, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and continuous learning.

No specific preparation is needed. However, it's recommended to be well-rested, in a quiet environment, and free from distractions when taking the test for best performance.

No, this IQ test is not designed to diagnose any learning or cognitive disorders. It's a tool for assessing general cognitive abilities. For diagnostic assessments, please consult a healthcare professional.

We strive to make our test as accessible as possible, but it might not fully cater to all types of disabilities. If you have specific needs, please contact us for assistance or more information.

Your test score will be accompanied by a report explaining your performance. Generally, an IQ score around 100 is considered average, while scores above 130 indicate exceptional intelligence.