Mensa Home Test
I received a free Mensa Home Test that can briefly provide an estimation of my intelligence quotient without supervision. Given the fact that I took this test after a tiring gym routine and without sleep, much with the time pressure allotted of eight minutes in each sections, it is very hard – Mensa, need to say more?
|Stanford-Binet Scale of Human Intelligence|
|IQ Score||Original Term||Current Term|
|145 and over||Genius|
|90–109||Average or Normal|
|70–79||Borderline Deficiency||Mild disability|
|Below 20||Idiot||Profound disability|
My raw score is 53, in an estimation, it is at 104 to 107 IQ score which has a percentile of 62-66 in an American population. If I will subject this to the IQ reference chart, I am at the borderline of Normal and High Average. From the previous tests I have taken:
I marked exceptional in my pre-employment exam before flying to Malaysa;
Average in my pre-employment examination with eTelecare when one of my co-trainees was transferred to recruiting and sent us all our results;
My highschool result was above normal;
And I can’t remember my score when I was in elementary. I think I was at the upper percentile because I was included in the Fast Learner section at the last years of my primary school years.
Nevertheless, intelligence quotient does not provide relevant pattern on how successful you will be in your life, and as far as I can remember from my Psychology 101, your IQ does not change even as you grow fonder, your emotional quotient does. This is more important as this deals on how you behave with others and how can you cope with the environment.
Do you want to give it a shot? Visit http://www.us.mensa.org/