Matrix Reasoning problems are one of the best ways to measure our fluid intelligence. The famous ‘Ravens Matrices’ IQ tests – which Mensa accepts as an IQ test – are made up of ONLY matrix reasoning problems.
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Here the 3-item CRT test for ‘cognitive reflection’ developed at Princeton. Average Carnegie Melon and Harvard undergraduate scores for this test range from 1.4-1.5 out of 3!
There have been various high IQ society tests devised over the years that make fine distinctions in the highest IQ stratosphere. These tests are so difficult that only the highly gifted will get average scores.
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