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Testes escritos por membros e/ou fundadores de algumas das sociedades High IQ, alguns deles considerados válidos para admissão em diversas destas.

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1   Link   Xavier Jouve: Test of Inductive Reasoning (TRI52)
This professional test is a computerized nonverbal intelligence test designed to assess one's eductive ability. It is prepared with figurative items. With excellent reliability coefficients (Guttman = .92, etc.), the TRI have shown very high correlations with both the SAT I sum of scaled scores, and the SAT I Mathematical reasoning test scaled score (r = .86). It also very highly correlates with traditional intelligence tests such as the WAIS-III or the SIT-R (r = ~.70). Thanks to the nonverbal nature of its items, this test is suitable for testing persons without cultural bias.
2   Link   U N I M I X 0 1 by Stanislav Hatala
The test contains 20 questions. Considering the high difficulty, time for solving the questions is unlimited. There is no entrance fee. Please, never share or publish the answers. Do not publish this test without my permission. You will receive your score report in two weeks, that´s why there is no Result´s list for this test.
3   Link   U N I M I X 0 2 by Stanislav Hatala
4   Link   U N I M I X 0 3 by Stanislav Hatala
5   Link   Robert Lato: Logima Strictica 36
Logima Strictica 36 is an IQ test made by Robert Lato and was first published in the Swedish Mensa journal, "Legatus Mensae", in the summer of 1999. Later was published online on Darryl Miyaguchi web site better known as “Uncommonly Difficult IQ Tests”. The test is very difficult so it is time unlimited.
6   Link   Paul Cooijmans: High-Range Intelligence Tests
These give an indication of intelligence in the high range, and may contain a mixture of verbal, numerical, spatial and logical problems.
7   Link   Laurent Dubois: 9 I 6
The 916 test, divided in three sub-tests, is a power-type IQ test intended to measure the logico-divergent thinking ability. There is no time limit; material help allowed: books, calculator, computer, internet…, corrections and additions are not accepted; no discussion with others, no help from anyone in any way.
8   Link   Etienne Forsström: CFNSE
This is a very hard test! Only 1 person out of 50 can get a balanced score that is above 0. So if you decide to take the test you should be aware that you might in fact get a very low score! Also keep in mind that the test usually takes several hours, even days, to complete.
9   Link   Jonathan Wai: Strict Logic Sequences Examination
This exam composed of fifty number sequences has been created in the spirit of Logima Strictica 36 and Logicaus Strictimanus 24 by Robert Lato and the Non-Verbal Cognitive Performance Examination by Dr. Xavier Jouve. This test is currently accepted as an entrance exam by the Glia Society, ISI-Society, Sigma Society, Camp Archimedes, StrictIQ Society, Giga Society, and other societies may also choose to accept it.
10   Link   Jonathan Wai: Strict Logic Sequences Examination - Form II
This is the second form for SLSE-I. It will be used as an admission tool for the ISI-Society, and other groups may also choose to use it. Take as much time as you need. References are allowed.
11   Link   Nicolas: Nicologic IQ Tests
This web site helps you evaluate your IQ. There are several IQ tests and a few aptitude tests. Try to take each test as a funny mind game! Take at least two IQ tests then compute the average IQ score.
12   Link   Hindemburg Melão Jr: Sigma Teste
In 1999, a tragic emptiness appeared in the world of the "great" tests : For various reasons, the Mega, the Titan, The Power, The TFG shorts form of Cooijmans stopped being valid as tests of qualification, and the numerical section of the TFG long form has been suppressed. This emptiness has just been heapped : Hindemburg Melao Jr., founder of the Sigma Society has created the "Sigma Test", after a long and serious work, both in the realization of the test that in the establishment of norms. The test is available since September 2001.
13   Link   Andreas Gunnarsson: Foritensum
Foritensum is what some people would call an IQ test. It was inspired by Logima Strictica 36 by Robert Lato. I have tried to come up with a good mix of problems, some of them hard and others extremely difficult. Foritensum is meant to be culture fair; an alien from a different planet should have the same chance to score well as someone raised and living in the western world.
14   Link   Nik Lygeros: G-Test
Brainpower, knowledge and serendipity are needed for this global test designed in the spirit of M-classification. The G-test is an admission test for Sigma, Poetic Genius Society, Glia, Luminary, Mega Foundation and Pi.
15   Link   Ronald Hoeflin: Ultra Test
The Ultra Test is an untimed, unsupervised intelligence test for gifted adults that is intended as an admissions test for various high-IQ societies, of which the test designer founded four -- Mega, Prometheus, the One-in-a-Thousand Society, and the Top One Percent Society -- and currently serves as editor and sole officer for the latter two. These groups have percentile requirements at the 99.9999, 99.997, 99.9, and 99th percentiles, respectively. The test designer's Mega Test was published in the April 1985 issue of Omni magazine and his Titan Test in the April 1990 issue of that publication. Both of those tests are still in use, but the test designer hopes eventually to combine the best problems from all three tests to form one or two higher-quality tests.
16   Link   Ronald Hoeflin: Titan Test
This test is accepted as an admissions test by any of Ron Hoeflin's four high IQ societies: the Top One Percent Society (99%ile), the One-in-a-Thousand Society (99.8%ile), the Epimetheus Society (99.997%ile), and the Omega Society (99.9999%ile). These societies share the common journal called Termite and are all under the umbrella of the Lewis M. Terman Society.
17   Link   Ronald Hoeflin: Power Test
The Hoeflin Power Test, like the Raven Advanced Progressive Matrices and the ACT (akin to the SAT), measures intelligence or general aptitude on a 36-point scale. It is based on the best problems from my Mega, Titan, and Ultra tests, omitting verbal analogies and number sequences. The main objection to verbal analogies is that they are fairly culture-saturated, whereas the prevailing opinion is that a valid test of intelligence should downplay cultural mastery as much as possible. As for number sequences, some people do not even attempt them on the assumption that they require a significant background in mathematics. The advantage of a predominantly spatial test such as the present one is that it does give most people the feeling that they are exercising their intelligence when they try to solve the problems. These problems are not purely spatial but have significant verbal and numerical components inasmuch as one must understand the wording of the problems, which is occasionally rather intricate, and one must be able to perform various calculations, which is sometimes also a rather intricate task. In general, then, the test offers a fairly well-rounded intellectual exercise well suited to the assessment of general intelligence
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