The BMI Certified IQ Test is a highly precise tool designed to accurately measure general intelligence in online environments.
The BMI Certified IQ Test, apart from accurately measuring your General Intelligence, has been structured in such a way as to also provide meaningful insights about your performance in
various, distinct areas of intelligence, revealing your key strengths or weaknesses and identifying potential opportunities for improvement.
The 20 questions you have answered have been specifically designed to measure the following five aspects of human intelligence: Visual Perception, Abstract Reasoning, Pattern
Recognition, Spatial Orientation and Analytical Thinking.
Once you’ve answered the IQ Test questions your results are compared with data from other participants in your age group who have already taken the test and then a normalized score is calculated.
Normalizing means the average IQ score is 100. Your score will show where you stand compared to other peers in your age group who have taken the test.
IQ scores follow a normal distribution of statistical data. Approximately 95% of the world’s population have scores within two standard deviations (SD) of the mean (average IQ score), meaning that 95% of the population stand within a range of 70 to 130, and 98% are below 131.
IQ points are not percentage points. While one standard deviation is 15 points, and two SDs are 30 points, and so on, this does not imply that mental ability is linearly related to IQ, such that IQ 50 means half the cognitive ability of IQ 100.
Visual Perception is the visual – cognitive ability which allows us to organize, process and interpret visual information input so, that we can derive understanding and meaning from what we are experiencing.
Your visual perception skills evaluation indicates how sharp is your ability to recognize even the slightest changes in forms and shapes of objects and how accurately you can determine similarities or differences based on size, colour or dimensions.
Visual perception is a key aspect of human intelligence and a core skill regarding the learning process. It is believed that people who have a well developed visual perception tend to be better and faster learners.