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Cambridge - Self-Scoring IQ Test

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The Cambridge Seli-Scoritv;

I.Q.

TEST

This test is an exclusive copyTighfed product c' the euthor. C.opying, reproducing Or reprlnliins any part or all of the material COnlained within" wi thou. ~he written iionsent o'f the oompany is strictly prohibited.

~ Cbw"sht 1?93 R!,.I Dan Papel Publlshedl By The Magn~ GrQup, Inc. P,O. Box 849

McKinney, Texas 7f.,070

I>RINTED INI U.SA

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'You and Your I.Q.JI

tn eeoent years researchers have learned that the braifll'" 'which is divided into il'eft and right hemispheres, has assigned difieren't mental tasks to one side or the other. HigO'fy' intelligent people use 'botl1the'i'r left and right orain im equalbalanoe. Most people, because of social .;>.mphasis, s{:hoolinS and, parental training, are left-'brail1, dom'inanU They are] taught from an earlya,~ to develop such skills aSI speeeh, lali'lguage~, writing, 'Use of numbersand logic, letting; the -skills, 'of the right lOrain, whidh co~trolsvisua1-spatiaT ooncepts" cJ'eativity~ mechanics 8n6_ tESP end intuition, become lazy[and 'uncler;proouotive. That expl~inslMhy we do well en €erta.ln mental tasks and pOOrly on otl1ers.

Some ctlUdt:en Bnd it difficult keeping up in sc'hool because they maybe right-braio[dorninant and beve 8 ,tough, time a~justing tf) left-hrainsT<ilIs,. Since scfuool' emphaslze ~"efi-brajtl 'kill testing, these children are ,considered "slow learners" end yet they may',be 'no less intelligent 11M left braim cen be characteriZed as tleing a "spotlight" thm'ker in that it sees, the parts, before it sees the whole. It classifies and deciphers !infoIli11ation pi~ by piece and then d€oidesJ on a whore :Jogical ~onclusion.

The right brain can rbe characterized as being a "floodlight" ll1inker fin t1)a1 it sees, the' whQle before the parts. Although c'J'eativity, "the birth Lof aiiIJ OIigjnal idea," begins in ithe right brain" it is the lett brain tnat systematically' analyzes the idea and develops it

What Is Intelligence?

There are many in~depth dennitions, !but to puf it' simply: lin'felligenoe Is the abilif)! of the 'brainl to absorb information and tal an~e' it accurately and Japidly. Most pS~hologists today agree that althoughl most of eur intellectual skills ere genetically] inherited, they' are influenced by and can 'be improved through sOCial and environmentalleaming. 'The more one develops the skilt functions of both the: left~ and rig'ht~brajn hemispheres" the more inreUi~nt: is that person.

In,telligence, ,tests ,are usedfo, measure tM brain's skills, but in order to' be la,ir [and accurate as a measurin,9 tool, ijn1elligence ,tests cannot evaluate onl~1' left~rainskiUs. Since ~.Q. rests ere desigtledto] measure' how fast S/ou see and react to infonnatiofil [and rot how mudfu you know, ~.Q .. test questions should not eontaln ,knowledge questions or be culturally er goographicaUy blased,

What Does I.Q .. Mean[?

Just as one's car cannot exceed speed's9reater 'Chan its engine"s lilorsepower [allows, the human brain Cannot responcUo'lnformati(mgreater ithan its own abitit,YDr capadt~. Having il,n averagd ~Q. or inabrlities and weaknessesin {:enain mentailifunct:ions does not mean thaf one will enjoy a usefess and unfhtidu'~ life'cor be unsuccessful in occupational orllusiness.pursuits. One doesn'~ have te push the aeeelerator of ~he car to the floor andl reach high speeds to enjoy a satisfying ride: iB the (:ov.ni(ry.

Having command! 'of language. Oil' being abl'e to arl(J: numbers ,quickly, ott' being ordert'!;l logic.aI' does 'om alone makeene int'elligent. Se'ing creative, med1anically inClined or .artistic dooSI\·~"eilher. Since the human brain is a complex piece of equipment, itccntrols a rnwlt1tude o~ 6kllls and functions. The more proflden~ oneis at'using tIne diversifiedskills'ohhe beetn, ~he more linfe'ltigent one is!

What Will tile Cambridge .I.Q~ Test Do?

This test is oneohhe most e0mpr,e'hensive and accurate self.scQringlQ. tesfsevet offered to flrle general public! It has been,espe(:ially designed info 10 subtests in order to measure the skms ofbofh your feft andiisht brain. Vou will,dQiwell on some of these subrests andl~rlv[on others, unless you are al geniusl!' This t:est will do three things:

(1) It will sive you !lOU .. pers.Dall.,Q6 .col'e~ (A compo.ite evaluatio .. ttl .. 10 Ileet pad.)

,<2), I't will allow yo. to.eli.co.".,J' •• pal'ateIJII antllindividuall!ol wh.!te you.1' .kill.fren.s'd.$ and weaknesses ~ie.

'(3~ It' wll indi~at. w'el.er yoa are _ left. or I'igll,t •• rain thi.kel', Oil' .oth - a.d low ,dominant Ofte .idel i. oyel' I.e other" if .1 all.

The Cambridge, lQ rtest has been created frOilil IQ test parts andSCQ.rtng €harfs fonnedy used

~ the U.S. Government. 'DIe Can-ibridge IlQ test lias nol been, standardiZed and does not represent itself to 'be a cUnica1 'test It's puq)OS(! is to provide an indication done's lQ score

and ·sho.ul(l: not be lased as a €Unica'f 'value. Keep in mmd that (his is Zl self-administered test and tl1at'your I Q. soore can be ,affected and influenced by, mtenuptirons, WOUI' lesHak:i.ng mood er your fMure to ifollow testing instructions. Enjoy it!' It' SJ fun to 'take :but don! t llake the' results

too seriously,

IMPORTANTIII

.READ THIS' PAGE CAREFUllY BEFORE.STABTINGTEST

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This 'Test has been divided into ten :(10) .r;>arts. Each part wiD test a different intenectua'l skill. Read the instructiQns, 'Of each test part·car:eftdJy and do the sample problems 'before starting&anY test part Try to work in a comfortable.

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undisturbed atmosphel[e ..

Each test part has been al,lot:ted a specific time amount .. lf you are to achieve an Accurate lQ. Sto.re'" you MUST adhere to-each time allowance ..

Remembe.rl Work faSfaad do Dot waste time Oil problem ques .. tions. Keep .scrap paper handy.

Speed and a¢curacy are tkle two most :Important fadols 'Of an I.Q. 'fest. You will bejud~dQIlI,y on the number of correct answers. Do not waste time 'On problem questions, Gqessing Is better Ulan no answer"

DOl not expec] to finish all test parts. It is suggested that you h&'\1e' someone time each test part for you so that you may work without ,interruption. It is: not necessaw to finish fheentire test in one siUing.

You will find staring instructions. {\nsweJ:s, explanations and I. Q. Scores on the pages following the completion of the Test.

TEST 1_

MEMORY

INSTRUCTIONS

00 not .Iook at .,he symbols below until you read the instru.ction8. Below, you win find 20 different symbols' with an assigned n .. m.ber under each symbol. Study them carefully and' concentrate.Trs; to remember the assigned number fh~t belongs with each, symbol.. Do nof expect· to, remember them a'll.

After 1 minute, stop studying and turn tile page and ",r,ite the correct assigned numbel' in, the blank spaces below each syrqbol. You will have 1 minute.

NOTE/ You must memorize what number bel'ong~ 19 each symbol, because

file symbol's on the ne~xl page will not appear in the same sequence as below.-

Study these,symbols and their assigned number8 .for only I.minute.

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TEST 1

MEMORV

Time: 1 Minute.

Place the correct assigned number under each symbol.

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SAMPLE PROBLEMS

TEST 2

PERCEPTION

INSTRUCTIONS

This test deals with sets of numbers and .eta of letters. Eac:h num'bel' se,f has one number missing "'rom 0 to 9. F,ind the number and' enter if i ... fhe space at the right.

Each set of letters has one letter that. appears twice. Find tile duplicate lette .. and enter it :in the spat:eat the right.

aAMPLE

4 6 0 ,3 2 8 5 9 7 AFEXCLATHON

1

A

The number 1 is mis.ins 'rom the number set. The letter A appears twice in Ihe letter set.

DO THESE P,RACTICE PROBLEMS .NOW'

3:9461B,270 tOP.AGRE:LITS

The Dumber 5 is missing from the number set. The letter' L appears twice in j'he letter set.

If YOIl understend how to do this test part, tum the' pag~and begin Tes,t ~t Tim~: 2 Minutes.

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TEST 2

Time: 2 Minutes.

find tile missing "amber. find the JetteI' that appears twice.

I. 6 8 2 o 3 9 7 1 S

2. SAP 0 N I G T R S E

3. 4 9 3 2 6 1 7 0 5

4. COT E NIP E L A R

5. 3 7 4 ,6 9 0 5 1 8

6. 0 A NIP X Q L P E F

7. 2 9 6 0 3 5 8 1 4

8. f L A TIN G 0 S £ N

9. 9 2 7 1 5 8 4 0 .3

10. S P 'l RA L E K I J 0

11. 5 1 6· 2 7 4 :8 9 3

12. HAS TIN P A Q E R

13. 0 6 3 1 8 4 7 2 5

14. R U S T e H I L Y A R

15. .3 6· 2 9 1 4 7 5 0

'16. APE X c T IKE N M 11. 4 9 3 1 6 8 5 0 7

18. poe U HAS TIC E

19. 93 6 0 1 8 4 7 5

20. QUI X 0 TAU N S H

21. 3 (j, 1 9 2 1 5 8 4

22. PA S HOG I N E S. T 23.2 4 6 9 7 B 1 3 a

24. R A iN GEt TOR Z I

25. 5 9 "I 2 4 6 0 3 8

SAMPLE STAMP

LEITER

ENVELOPE

MAILMAN

SAMPLE PROBLEMS

TEST 3

WORD COMPREHENSION

INSTRUCTIONS

I .. each gtqup of, 4 word. below, one w(n'd does not belong becau.e it has the 'east in common with the other" 3 word •• Circle the word th~t doesn't belong in the: group.

The an.we.. is Mailman because it i. tile only person in the group.

DO THESE PRACTICE PROBLEMSNQW

1. GUN

2. CHESS

BAVONET CHECKERS

KNIFE GAME

SWORD CARDS

ANSWERS

1. Gpn. All are weapons, but gun is the only one tbat doesn't have~a blade. '2. Hame. The other 3 are all specific games.

If VQU understand how to do this .test part, turn the p,age.,ana begin 'fest 3- Time.: 2· Minutes.

TEST 3

WORD COMPREHENSION

Time:' 2 Minutes.

Circle the word that least .likely belongs in th. group.
1. BUTTER CHEESE MILK EGGS
2. SURGEON NURSE PATIENT' DOCTOR
a. SMOKE FIREPLACE ASHES FIRE
4-. SAND BEACH WATER SWIM
5. CGNTAINER BOX CAN BARREL
6. FATHER MOTHER UNCLE NEPHEW
7 .. BOWLING SOCCER BOXING BASKETBALL
:8. WIDTH SHORT TALL HEIGHT
9. BIiLT WALLET TIE HAT
to. TRIAL JUDGE DEFENDANT JURY
11. FAST SLOW RAPID SPEED
12. FRAME PAINT CANVAS BRUSH
13. CLOUDY SUNNY HUMID OVERCAST
14. TEACHER PROFESSOR UNIVERSITY STUDENT
15. ROCK PEBBLE STONE BRICK
1.6. CARGO St-UP ANCHOR HARBOR
17 •. GUITAR PIANO VIOLIN SAXOPHONE
18. DAWN NOON DUSK NIGHT
19. WIND RAIN STORM SNOW
20. JUDGE ARBITRATOR LAWYER REFEREE 10

SAMPLE PROBLEMS

TEST 4

VISUAL DESIGNS

INSTRUCTIONS

Each question below has 5 items in fhe grollp. Ode item ineac:,h grollp does-not belong because it has the least in £onimo,n with the other 4 items. Choose, tile one that least IUt,ely belongs and mark its lette,," in the' ,spac;:~ at the right.

CAUTION! Do not waste time on, problem questions. WORK FAST!

SAMPLE PROBLEM'S

L

(a) 2

(a) 0

:(b) 4 (c) 7 , (d) 6

e @"'o.

, 0 .'~ .

(0) (e) •.• 0 (d) ~

~e) 8

(.)~

(e)

(b)

2.

i.. (e) It is the onlS;! odd number in the 9.mup., 2. (b) It is the .only non round bait in the group,.

100 THESE' PRACTICE' PROBLEMS ,NOW

1. (a) S

(b) 'e

(e) Q

(c) G

2.

£!r1 r::J rm 'reD r+t (a) L....J (I» L..,[!J(c) L...J (d)L_J (e) [!l...J

ANSWERS

1. (d) It is the only I~tteli' with only straight lines.

2. (d). It is the only dia~ram with the dot in the lar~er portion.

If 'you understand how to do this test part, hJrn the page and begin lest 4.

Time; 2% Minute·s. .

TEST 4

VISUAL OESIGNS

Time.: 2'12 Mi'nutes.

Choose the one ,in each group that teast like)',., helongs.

1. (a)

2. :Ca)

, , (b) "

3., (a) N

rrm

4. (a) WJJ

.5., ('a) ,j:i

~,b) S

(bl ~ (b) r::r

~6. (a) =3 (b) = 4 t. (a)A (b) @

8,,(a.} ~ (b) c=

9 'a~ :.:.....Q. (b~~ o·

. {., • • I ••.

11. (_I ®

12. (a,,:2:J IS. (a)'~

14. (a) N

0,0,0 , , 1<.10 x

15. (~) ,x~' ,9

4>

' .

(d)

o

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fe)'

- .. ~ :(d) t,'

(c)

(C) IF

,.) IHIJ

~c) t1

~ -

Ie) H U '10' ® (c) I:Z:

(b) .~(C) )E( (~b) Z (c) H

(e)

(0) M (e) L

(Il) ~ tel IlHII (<lIft (e) ti

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-

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(d) =6 (~):. 7

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(d) a ~,e) '"

(d)~ (e) ~

. -0. • .0

(d, ~ (e) ., '

~

(fI}I ......'. _,..,

(d) ® (.) ® (d) :[/1 (e') S]! ~d) Y (e) ':.vt,.' ... ~" \ ~ 7'.

(4)1 T (e) X

xc) >c ,,0' x )j' 00 x

a )( ,0 )( ,(:) 'J( )I' (:) 0

(b) x '><0' (c) 0 0 x (d) ~ 0 )C

0,)(0

X'ox ('~) x 0 Q

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TEST 5

.'NSTRUCTfONS

Thi~ test deal& with pairs of numbers. Look at each pair cin'efully. You will find some pairs 10 be e,xa«:Uy the same and some, pair .. will not. Place an X between o.nl,,, those' pairs 0.1 numbers that are NOT IDENTICAL!

SAMPLE,

1. 352&'l.., . ~ •• 35276

2., 8\41529 841829

3. 61,72931.,* ..• 6172'13

The fir8tand third pair of numllel'. a .. e NOT IDENTICAL. 80 'an X has beed placed hetween them. "[he second Rair 0' numbe.ra are the same., 80 n.o' Xha, been! plaeedbetweea them.

J)OTlltSE PRACTICE, PROBLEMS NOW

1. 468321 .. , .468321

2., 1173027'. , .. 717302'1 3. 39465173" ... 39·1,65]73

ANSWERS,

Only the pair of number,s in Pr.ohlem 2 a .. e .NOT IDENTICAL, 80 an .X !sholiid have heen place.d between them,.

If you understand how to dQ this test ·part, tum the page.,and \begin Test s. Time: 11/2 MinuteS'.

TEST'S

NUMERICAL SPANNING

Time: 1 Ya Minutes.

Place. an ox .. on the d,otted line between each pail' 0' numbers that is NOT IDENTICAL.

I. 6732 ........ 6732 15. 454543.23554 ........ 45454-322554
2 .. 64829 ........ 64827 16. 31727137271 ......... 31727137271
3. 35525 ........ 35535 17. ~2908299829 ........ 92908299829
4. 636116 ......... '63606 18. 1661V26166 ........ 166121~f66
5. 2322323 ......... 2322332 19'• 3721!i2572125 ........ 37252572725,
6~. 19024343 ........ 19024343 20. 18232822323 ........ 18232823323
7'. 282717187 ........ 282717187 21. 72936297927 •........ 72936291927
8. 535262652 ........ 53562665·2 22. 31882831S2S. .......•. 31828331828
9. 277020(£727 ......... 27702@2727 23. 17462537125 ......... 17452527125
10. 6066565516 ......•. 6065665516 24. 29962966929 ........ 29962966929
][1. 3712818218 ........ 3712'881218 .25. 54556465454. , ...... 5455645?454
12. 44545464.54, ......... 4454546454 26. 28191982819 .......... 28191982819
]),:t. '7173171337 ........ 1173177337 21. 7621'7]62617. ....... 77627716217
14. 8929182216 ......... 892QlB8216 28,. 44315132513, ....... 44315132513 14

TEST 6

OBSERV1\TION

INSTRUCTIONS

D.raw what is left I).ti .. each pictul'e .•. Do not waste time h'yingto be an artist" Only one thing has been left out in each picture .. WOl'kFast. ..

Qra", what i8 missing.

ANSWERS

Draw the missing leg of the ta'ble. D,raw the missing iailof the airplane.

If you understand how to del this test part; tum the pag~ ana begin Test 6. Time: 1'% Minutes ..

15

Draw what has been left out in each picture.

OBS'ERVATION

1.

I

II

s

, 13

3

_Time: 1% Minutes.

16

I 4

18

12

20

u...:=>a:..ll--"--.!l C

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SAMPLE PROBLEMS

TEST 7

LOGIC

INSTRUCTIONS

NOTE: Do not waste time on difficult questions!.

This test requires logical reaso.nin,g "and dedudion. Stucty ea(:h question c;arefullJl and consid~r only the illformationgi\len.'Make no assumpfions. Write the letter of your answel' in the, h~lank space.

SAMPLE STATEMENTS

Joan is taller than Mat). Mary is taller than Jane.

Jane is shorter than Helen. Helen is ta1ler than Joan. Alice is snorter than Barbara.

Which condusion is d!dinitely accurat~? (a) Mary is taller than Barbara.

(b) Barbara is taUer than Jane.

(el Joan is 'taller than Alice ..

f'~ Mrlrv ;,~; sho..t~r tf-.'1 Y,,1.'n.

(e) None of theabove.

ANSWER

(d) Helen is. talte;r than Mary because Joan is taller than Mary and Helen-is ta~ler than JO'J,n

If you understand how to do this test, turn the page and begin Test 7. Work fast. Time: 10 Minutes.

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TEST 7

LO~,IC

Time: 10 Minutes.

I. STATEMENT:' AU WONGS are PLATS. No PLATS Me DORTS (;ONCLUSION:: NQ GORTS are WONDS

The conclusio,n is:

la) "ti'ue

(b) False

tel .Not deter,minable

2~ JOHN is older than BOB. BOB is ~oU!Glger than STEVE. STEVE is older than JOE.

JOE is older than JOH:N. RAY is younger than JIM.

Which conclusion is definitely accurate?

(a) 808 [S older than RAY: (0) JOE is older than BOB. (e) JOE is older than dIM. (d) JIM is older than BOB. (e) None of the ebove.

3. «SPROG KRIPS PLOUT" means WARNING HURHICANE WATCH" "KLOG MING KRWSH me~ns HBRAC(; FOR HURRICANE,'; and "BARAX, ed PU':lUrnUNJS" means SMALL CRAFT WARNING."

WHAT DOES "SPHOGu MEAN?

(a} CRAFT (b} WATCH (c) BRACE (d} WARNING (e) HURRICANE

4. J'VNE,llilves 8 miles ~ireet'ly north of LOIS.

ANN lives .3 miles d~rectlv south of STACEY. STACEY Il.ves 3 miles dir~c;tlll'east of JUNE. LOIS lives 3 miles directly west of ANN ..

IN RELATIONSHIP TO JUNE~ WHERE DOES ANN LIVE?

(a) NW ~b) SE (c) NE (d) SW (~) Impossible til) tell

5. There are five house~s:on Bm Sf. Thei'r colors <Ire black; white~ blue, brown an(19r.ee~j but not necessari:ly 'in that order. The men who U\le in these houses are .Mrr, Brown, Mr, mue; ME. Green, Mr. White and Mr. BlacK.

WHO LlV.ES IN THE BROWN' HOUSE?

C~UES

I. Mr. Whitesrnokes cjgars~no lives between the bt:ue~ and white houses.

2. The mall in the black house smokes a pipe.

3. The man in the blue house Of\ the eerner doesni't smoke,

'4. Mr .. <Green smo:kes Camels and lives be,tween Mr. Whiteano Mr. Black

5. Mr. Blue smokes Kools.

6. Mr. BroWIl lives next to, the gr.een house.

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SAMPLE PROBLEMS_

TESTS

SPATIAL RELATIONS

INSTRUCTIONS .

Dra.w Unes in the blan'k squar,es at the right to show hew the pieces at thel'eft fit into' the. blank squates. The lines d .. ,awd mU!ft fill the blank squares completely.

SAMPLE

1., ~D 2. 3. 1:1~'D
DOD'
I I I I (7
I I ANSWER[Z]

ANSWER [I]

DO THESE PROBLEMS NOW!

4.5.

[}~ D G=JoD

ANSWER[l]

6.

ODD

o

01

I

_ I

If you lIndersiang how to de this, test, tum the page and begil1l Test 8- Time. 4. Minutes·,

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TEST 8 SPATIAL RELATIONS Time:: 4- Minutes

," 0 D D'200DO 2Jo D 4. 0 D 5·Q.<J016. \]0

,D· ·V\J ~

7i-7 .. L::10 8. D~ .... D ~.' ••.. ~O

: [7'" 4 - _..-=:1 II ~ 6.

:10. 0 11. I 12.

! .10· ~./1DII - -000

i~C71 ILLJ,D

I I

1ab~0 tlo O'~~O '6'LlD~0 ~Oo'1a23[)0

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SAMPLE PROBLEMS

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TEST 9

NUMERICAL SEQUENCES

INSTRUCTIONS

In each set below you are to 'insert the ne",t !number of fhe ~eq .. encein the blank~pace.

NOTE:' The key'to tHeeSe probl,ms is to break down e4ld1i .se,t of numbel's into g.roups, .. nti.you observe a pattern or relationship between them. Then apply that pattern formula to the next grou., and finally to solve the problem.

SAMPLE

21

This set. should be divided into two number groups: The differen~e between the first two numbel's is,4, 80 i, 4 the diffetence between the remaining two number groups. Therefore, by adding .. to the I!ast number 4, you get S.

DO THIS PRACTICE PROBLEM: NOW.

14,525636

ANSWER

This set of numbers should be divided into groups of three. Observe the first three numbers: 1, 4 and 5,. YOliaddS to the first nUQlber to get 4, then you add 1 to the secbnd number to get{i. Now look at the next thl'ee numbers: 2, 5c<imd 6'. Add 3 'to the .fh·~t. number to gelS, then add 1 to the: second number to g,et 6. No\V' .appiil that formula so 50 live th~s~quence. Add 3 to J-to get 6, then add 1 te get 7. So 7 is Ute next number of the sequence, If you understand how to

<;10 this test part" turn the page: and be;gtJ'il Test 9.. -

Time:. 2ljz Minutes

TEST 9

NUMEmCALSEQUENCES

Time: 2')z Minutes

Ine'ert the next item of the, seq,uence in the blank spacoe.

1. 135 7 ' __

2. 2 5 9 14

3. 10 5 8 4 6

4. 3 3 9 ,8 4 if 16 15 5 .5 25

5. 81 27 9' 3

6. 25 5 16 4 9'

7. 9 .5 6 8 4 5 7 3

8. 2 3, 5 3 4 7 4 .5 9.2 1:3 4 11 6 9

10.. 16 4 2 25 5 3 36 6

11. 1 16 2 15 3 14 4

12. 21 9 21 3 16, 7 13

13. 6 18 5 15 4 12 3

14. 3 6 8 7 4 6 10 9 5 7 12

15. 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 4 1 5 3 3 9 1

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,SAMPLE PROBLEMS

TEST 10

CREATIVITY'

INSTRUCTIONS

You will find three words in, each se.t be'ow. Your ta~k is to find a foudhword that can be.used witll each of the threewol'd's. In each case the fourth word Plust be placed after each of the three words or in front of them to formil! new, common word. Write your fourth word choice in the blank spac~.

!VOTE:' Oon't waste time on problem Questions!

SAMPLE

FRIEND

CRUISE

SHIP

MEMBER

The answer is SHIP. ,which is placed after each of the thre'€ given words to form;

FRIENDSHIP CRUISESHIP MEMB'ERSHlP

DO THIS PRACTICE PROBLEM NOW!

STAR

POLe

EAcST

The anSWer is NORTH:

NORTH STAR NORTH POLE ~ORTH EAST

If you understand-how to do this test, tum the p<il~e and begin Test 10. Time: 3 Mii1lites.

TEST 10

CIlEATIVITV

I. B00.K .DEAD REAR
2. FINISH FOUL PHONE
3. CUP scoreu FLY
4. SUN SPOT SEARCH
5. TURN. :HEAD WEIGHT
6. M~NE OUST C,oIN
,. PAPER QUARTER COME:
8. lOOK CAST SIDE
9 .. BALL BATH BED
10. PIPE Co.RPS TREATY
11. JUMP CHAIR TIDE
12. BOARD LIST EYE
13. ENGINE HOSE MAN
14. LEAVES B,AG PARTY
15. STREAK RlBBONI FEVER.'
16. SAV~NGS BLOOD RIVER
17. RACE FLY POWER
18. SNOW BASKET .PIN
19. BUD GARDEN BOWL
20. PRINT CHEESE MOON 24

Time::I Minutes

SCORING INSTRUC.TIONS

Pleasedleckyour;own test resultsJJY looking at the answers on, Pages aO.lit and 32. Count the number (ill eorsectanswers for Tests I, '3. 6~ 7 and 9 only. Thls is called your "raw score." Ent~r YQur' raw s~or:e for e~chof these tests in .the a~ppropriate spaces~olilTest Sununary Chad' on Pa~e 26. After yoU finish entering the "raw scores" tor the odd- numbered tests: eheck your answers for Tests 2, 4, 6, 8anol@and entet your raw scores on Test Summary Chart II on Page 27.

Th.eodd·numoeredi tests are alii left· brain skills and the even- numbered tests afe rigAt·brain skills. In addition to learning your tot,al.l.Q. scere, this scoring procedure, will enable you to establish it 'you have left· brain or right· brain deminant inteUlgf,!lc1ce

AttJe,r you determine your raw scores, vou mustcenvert them tb sceled scores by using the Scaled Score Conversion Charts on. Pag,es 26 and 21. Go down each test Rad column s~paratel'y and stop at 'your raw' score. Move across hOidzantally to the Scale,d Score Column on the extreme left or rigjtt. Enter that scaled scere on the approprliat'e Test • Summary Cha .. t. For example, a raw score for Test 1 might be 5. On page '26, go down Test OOh!Jfllill and stop at raw seere S. Move across ihoriizontally to the Scaled ,More Column and see,~ scaled score of ] 1.,

After you have determined all Y0ur'sc;:aled scores, total them for the odd-numbered tests; then do the same for the even-numbered tests. Now you are ready fa find your I.Q'. score.

Turn to P~ges28 and 29. Find your totalsc:aled seorefor the Qd<1l·nurnbered tests, in the extreme leltor right eolurnns, GI!> across horizonfally and stop at the age ,group eolumn that reflects your current ag~. That number is your I.Q. score for left· brain skills. Example: If your tatal sealed score for the odd-numbered tests is.55 and you are between ,30 and ~4.years old" your I.Q. score would be 100.

NoW' {ollow the' same procedure for the even-numbered tests scaled scerss and .find ,yollr

tQ. seere lor right·brain skills. .

Now add your two l.Q. scores tege.ther and dlvhle by ,2. The result is your overall I. Q. score, By \Ising the chart on the back cover, you can determine your intelligence bracket.

Do not put too much eraphasts on your 1.0. seers since all I.Q. tests, use diff€rent scaring values. For example, this test uses '~SCOI'e of [~Q P9ints to establish genius. Some' I .. Q,. tests use 140, or 150, or 160 points to establish genius. So your I.Q. bracket is more 'important than your I.Q. score.

If there is a difference of Iess than 5, points between your left- and right-hrain tQ. scores, you show an equal balance of skill command be,tweelil your Je.ft and light brain. You indkate no dominant srde.

If tbere is Ii or more point. eifference between your two separate I.Q. scores, the one with the higher Score is your dominant brain side, and you are either a dominant left- or rtghliibrain thinker. The Wider the point diffef:enc~ the more dcminam that brair. side.

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TEST

RAW SCORES

SCALED SCORES

TEST SUMMARY CHART I

LEFT-BRAIN SKILL FUNCTIONS

3., 5.

7. 9.

SUM Of SCALED SCORES: _

SCALED SCORE CONvERSION CHART

RAWSCOR£8

SCALEO TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST SCALED
SCORES I .1 5 7 9 SCORES
1 I 1
2 :2-3 2
!J 1 4·5 3
4 6.7 I 4
5 2 8-9 2 t 5
6 '10 3 J 2 6
1 3 11 4 :I 7
8 12 5 2 4 8
9 4 13 6 5 9
1.0 14 , '3 6 10,
11 5 15 S '7 11
1.2. 6 16 9 4 8 12
1.1 "I 17 J'O 9' 13
14 ~ 18 11 5 10 it
15 9-1,0 19 12 11 15
14 11-12. 20 U , 12 16
J'7 )3.14 14 t:J 17
18 15-16 7 14 18
19 1.1-1:8 15, 19-
20 19-'20 20
'26 TEST SUMMARV CHART II

RIGHT-BRAIN SKILL FUNCTIONS

TEST

RAW SCORES

SCALED SCORES

2. 4.

6.

8. 10.

SUM OF SCALED SCORES.: _~ _

SCALED SCORE CONVERSION CHART .RAW SCORES

SCALED TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST .sCALED
SCORES 2 " 6 8 10 SCORES
1 J ).2 1.2 1
2 a I 3·4 3.4 .1 2
3 3.4 2 .5.6 5 a
4 5.6 3 '·8 6 2 t
5 '·8 4- ",9·10 7 5
6 9·10 '5 11 8 3 6
7 U.12 6 .12 9 '1
8 :t3·14 7 U 110 4 8
9 Iii 8 1,4 11 5 9
10 16 9 15 12 6 10
11 n 10 16 ra , 11
12 18 11 17 U- S 12
13 19 12 18 15 9·\10 13
14 20 13 19 16 11·U 14
15 21 14 20 11 13·14 US
16 22~,23 15 18 15-16 16
17 24·25 17~18 17
18 19.20 1~8
19 19
20 2Q
27 I.Q. BY AGE GROUPING

tQ. SCORES CONVERTED FROM SCALED SCORES

SUM OF SUM OF
SCALED AGES AGES AGES AGES AGES AGES AGES AGES AGES SCALED
SCORES 14·1, 20'-24 25·29 30-34 .35·39 40·44 45·49 50-54 55·75 SCORES
10 70 '10
11 71 11
12 72' 12
13 7:1 13
14 70 74 14
15 71 75 15
16 72 76 16
1'1 . 70 73 77 17
18 71 74 78 18
19 72 75 79 19
20 73 76 80 20
21 74 17 81 21
22 70 7,6 19 82 22
23 71 77 80 83 23
24 72 78 81 84 24
25 73 79 82 85 25
26 74 80 83 86 26
27 70 75 ,81 84 87 21
28 71 76 82 85 88 28
29 12 77 83· 86 89' 29
30 7~ 73, 79 85 87 90 30
31 72 ",1 75 80 86 88 91 3t
32 73 70 72 76 3J 8' 89 92 32
33 7~ 71 70 73, 77 82 88 90 93 3~
34 ']5 72 72 75 78 83 89 91 94 ,34
85 76 73 73 76 79 8.4 90 93 96 35
36 18, 75, 7S 78 81 86 91 94 97 36
37 79 76 76 79 82 81 92 95 98 37
38. 80 77 71 80 83 88 94 96 991 38
39 8_ 1,8 7,8 8] ,84 89' 9.5 97 100 39
40 82 80 19 82 8~ 91 96 98 101 40
4,) 83 81 ,81 84 87 92 97 99- 102 41
42 84 82 82 ,85 88 93 98 1'60 to3 42
,43 85· ,g4 83 ,86 89 94 99 101 104 43
44 87 ,85· ·84 ·87 90 95 101 102 109 44
45 88 86 85, 88 92 96· 102 103, 106, 45 28

I.Q. SCORES CO~_~~EIRTED FROM SCALED SCORES

I.Q. BY AGE GROUPING

SUM OF SUM OF
SCALED AGES AGES AGES AGES AGES AGES AGES AGES AGES SCALED
SCORES 14-19 20-24 25~29 30.34 35-'39 40.44 45.49 50·54 55·'75 SCORES
._----------
46 89 81 86 8:9 9'3 97 108 104 107 46
47 91 88 81 90, 94 99- 104 .106 ms 41
48 92 89 88 91 95, 100 105 107 109 48
49 93 90 89 93 97 101 106 108 110 49
50 95 91 90 94 98 102' 107 109 III 50
51 96 93 92 95 99 103 108 110 112 5t
52 '$., 94 93 96 100 104 109 III 113 52
53 99 96 94 91 10J lOS 110 112 114 ,53
54 10B 91 96 99 103 107 In 113 us 54
55 102' 99 97 100 104 108 113 114 116 55
56 103 100 99 lO~ 105 109 114 liS 117 ,56
5' UJ4 101 100 103' 106 110 115 116 US 57
58 10~ 102 10~ t04 108 112 116 11'7 H9 5,8
59 101 104 103' 106 109 113 1t7 118 120 59
60 10~ 105 104 107 110 114 118 119 121 60
61 liD 106 105 108 111 115 119 121 123, 61
62 lit 107 107 lQ9 Jl2 116 120 122 124 62
63 112 109 108 11] 114 118 J22 12-3 125, 63
64 114 110 no 112 115 ttl} )23 124 126 64
65 us HI III 113 116 120 124 125 127 65
66 116 112 \12 114 111 121 125 126 128 66
67 11& 114 114 lUi, U9 122 126 127 129; 6'1
68 H'l 115 115 117 120 123 127 128 130 68
69 121 116 116, 118 121 124 128 129' 130+ 6,9
70 12Z 1I8 liS 120 122 125 129 130 136* 70
71 123 119 119 12] 123 127 1301 130+ 130+ 71
72 124 120 120 122 125, 128 130+ 130+ 138+ 72
73 12$ 121 122 1?4 ]26 129 130+ 130+ 130+ 73
74 1~' 123 123 125 127 130 130+ 130+ 130+ 74
75 128 124 125 126 128 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 75
76 129 125 126 128 13~O IJ&t 130+ 130+ 130'" '16
71 130 126 127 129 130+ 130+ 13G+ 136+ 130:lf 77
78 130+ 127 ' 129 130 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130-if 78
79 130+ 128 130 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 79
80: 130+ 12' 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130.+ 80,
81 130+ 136 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 81
* The sum of scaled scores.totalinq more than 81 determine that you S<;Qr€ genius I;.egardlessof your age., TEST 1

TESi2

TEST 3

TEST"

TEST 5

ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS

q'l.eck. your own test results.

Score 1 point fOF ~ach, correct answer.

li .. (4) 2'. (8) 3, (8) lit. (E) 5. (2) 6 .. (P) 7. (7l 8. (N)9. (6) 10\ (I) 11. (0)

12. fA) U. (9) li4. (IR) 15. (8) ]6. (IE) 11. (2'} ts .. CC) 19. (2) 2@. (U) 21. (0) 22. f8} 23. (5) 24. (8) 2S:. (1)

Score 1 polltt for each cc)lTecianswer.

1. ~EGGS) It is the only non-dairy item.

2. (PA'rIENT)llhe others aU tend to the patient.

3.. (FIREPlACE) The others can exist 'outside a fir~piace. 4. (SWIMllt Is the on')~ action word of the group.

5 .. (CONTAINER) The others are 'all forms ot a container. 6 (MOTHER' The only female of th~ ,grQlllp .

. 7. (BO(XING~ The only non-bell sport.

8j (WIDTH) The only ORe that is not a form of height.

9, (WALLET') It's tile onlvltem that is not worn orexposed 0utside .. io .. (TRIAL) The others, are all peQple. Trial is all. event,

11. (SP,EED) The others are all fonns of speed.

12. '(FRAME) The only' OM that's not a o~ceSsaIY tool te paint a picturE'.

13. (HUM lID) The only oJi!e \tha't denotes moisture in fhe .air'.

14. (tJNIVERSlW), Theethers are all p~QPle.

15. ~BRlCK) fhe only one tnat is man made.

16. ,HARBOR) If's a place .. The others are thing§. 17~ (SAXOPHONE) The on1y non-string instniment.

18.. (NOON~ The o.nly' one thatoecurs at the same time> each day.. 19. (STORM) The ethersaee types of a storm.

20.. (u..wy,ER~ The others are professions thatrequ.ire making rulings, Sc::ore 1 point. fbf each ~orred answer.

1. Cd) The only one that does l1I@t have an equal number of dots to it5 number'of sides.

2. (b) Arrows pointing In opposite' directi(l)n5.

3. (b) S is the. only 'Curved leiter o.f'the ,group.

4. (e) The onlll rectangle dividW Into § P9rts.

5.. ta) Is the only one tl1at' has two. arrow points.

6, (e) The only one with the same number of dashes to its number value.

7. (e) The only design with a black centercirde.

8. (b) .1heonly figure' with a white space at its! Itop.

9. (a) The only' one with 2: dots below the line tl'lat appears. undemeath the circle. 10 .. (~) The onlly one-whose arrows do not poInt alternately indifferent directiens, 11 .. (e) The only (lesign with one eyebrow,

12. (e) The only one with a diagona~ line down from left to right. 13.(1) the only :(}ne with two dots Rext toeach other,

14. (d) The only letter that would change Lts identity if turned upside down.

15. :(a) The onl~ one with two tiC-lac-toe's in its ma~-l1p. Score 1 point for eachcorrec::t answer .

. An Xsho\1l€1 have been placed between the fdllowfng pair of numbers only. 2, • 3 ~. 5 . 8 . 10 • 11 - 14 • 15 • 18 • 20 ~ 22 ~ 23 ~ 25 ~ 27

Score 1 point for each correct answer marked wltb X.

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TEST 6

TEST 8

Missing thili1g~ illl pictur~s;,

(1) Eyebrow (2) Tail . (3) G-"al P9St Crossbar (4~ lee Skate Blade (5". 3econd Step (6) Door Hinges (7) fable l\2t (8) DO®f Handle f9) Center Screw (:'0) Cord

(ll,) Buttonhore (11~~ Handle (i;JJ Knl1ckleon Middle Finger (14) 00" Locks (15) aall in Hand 01 Bowler on l..eft (1 ~:) Shadow' on Groud at 1iree (17) Reflection of Arm and Brush in Mirror U.8) Th~Stat~'ofFlorida(19) Trlgs.,er (20) Large Diarr.ond in Upper Left.

Scor$ 1 paint fOf each c:on-ectanswer.

1. (a) Change the words to recognizabl'ewords. AIl dQgs are animals. No animals are plants. Therefere no plants are animals.

2. {b). JQe' is older than Boo because John is older than Bob and Joe is older than John.

3. {b) lhe' only word common to the first fwostafements is "HURRICANE." Ule only coded word common to th~ first two statements is "KRIPS," therefere "KRIPS" means "HURRICANE." The lanly word common to the first and third statements is "WARNING" and the only coded word common to the first and third statements is "PLOUT," therefore "PIJGUf" mealilS ·'WAltlNJNG." 80, if "KRIRS" means "HURRIC6\NE" and "PlOUT" means: "WARNING;." "SPROG" has to mean "WAlCH."

4. (b)SE. Draw a-map from dues to determine result. See position I)elow.

JUNE 1,0 IS

S,TACEY ANN

5.. MR. BLUE. Draw a chart offive separatecolumns acrossand number them 1 tQ5. Eachoolumn wilJ, detail three' Items: the house color, the' smoking habit and the name of the (E)ccupa~t Begin with-due· #3 and place "Blue HQuse" and "00esn't Smoke" in Column 1. Clue #1 places the "Whitec House" in Column 3, ana "Mr. White" and "Cigars" In Column 2. Clue #4 places, "Mr, Green'" iOI"CQlumn.g along with , 'Camels:' and places • 'Mr. Black" in Column 4. Now use deduction from Clue #5 to place "Mr. BlUE!" and "Kools" in Celumn ~5, since the occupant in Column t doesn't $moke. Ciue #6 places "Mr. Brown" in eelumn 1 and the "GreE:O House" in Colamn '2, si'nce we already know that Mr. Black ,is tn ,C;otuml1 4 and 'doesn't live' next to the Green house, Mr. Brown does,

CONCUJ510N: The' brown house is In Column 5 and Mr. Blue is the occupant,

Score t point for each of the first four questi.ons :and 3 points for Question #5.

Drawings may face different directions, Score 1 point for each correct answel'~

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TES~9

TEST 10

ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS- Continued

1. (9~ Progression o.f: odd numbers.

2. (20' The differ~nce between the first two numbers is 3,. The difference between the second an€! third numbers is 4. The differenoe between the third and fouril:rn numbers is 5" so that <6 must be the ,difference between the fourth and fifth number, 14 plusS =20~

,]. (3) Divide thIs sequence into sets,of twa numbers. Thesecond number is one-half of the first number.

4. (24) GliVide:,rurn:he,rslinto groups Q,f four. MldtW1y the firstarrdsecond numbers to get the third

number, then'subtract one from ~he third number to get the fourth number.

S. (l),Each number in ,regression is dMded b,y 3,

6. (3) Divi,de into sets of'JwQ numbers. The second number is the square taot QHhe first number.

7. (4) Divide'into sets of3lilumbers. From the first number subtract 4 thenadd 1 to get fhe third

number. ,

8. (9) Dividel into sets' of'3l11umbers. The sum of the,first. two numbers equals the third number.

9, {8)lhe first, tl1iro and fifth numbers indicate ,a p>r-Qg!ession of two. The seventh number therefore will be 8.

to. (4) Divide into sets of B, numbers. Thesecond number is the, square root of the first Then subtract twt;>, to get ~he third number.

U. {13) Starting with the secend humber, every other number goes. down oy one.

12'. (4) Divide Into.sets of 2 numbers. The' sum of the digitsoOf the first number equals. the second number. The 'sum of the digits of 13 ~ 4.

13,. '{9} DiVid<:l into se,ts,of'2numbers: Jhe first numbermultiplied by 3 'equals the second number. Ill. (II) DiViGle intosets of 4 numbers. Add the firstend second numbers to get the third, then subtract 1 fwm the third number to get the fourth number.

15.. (10) flivideintQ sets of 5 numbers. The first number multiplied by the second number equals the third number .. The fourth. number added to thethird number equals the fifth number.

Score 1 point for each correct answer.

I .. END 2. LINE 3. BUTTER 4 .. lI~HT S, OVER 6. GGLD 7, BACK 8, OUT 9. ROOM to. PEACE . H. HIGH 12. BLACK 13. fIRE 14. iF 15. YELLOW 16. BANK 17. HORSE 18. BALL 1'9'. ROSE 20. BLUE Score 1 point fore,,€:h correc.t answer.

Check to see if !JI0" allowed :I points for Question #5 on Test '7.

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ABOUT THIS TEST!

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The CAMBRIDGE I.Q. TEST is one of the most comprehensive, most accurate self-scoring I.Q. Tests ever published for the general public! At your convenience and in the privacy of your home you will discover what you've always wondered about! Your personal I.Q. Score!!

The human brain, which is divided into two hemispheres. has assigned specific mental skills to either side. Since most people are either left- or right-brain dominant, it explains why we do well on certain mental tasks and poorly on others.

This elaborate to-part test will tap into and measure the multiple skill functions of both your left and right brain sides, and not only will provide you with your total I.Q. score, but it will allow you to determine if you are a left- or right-brain dominant thinker!

Take an unusual journey into your thought control center and discover how smart you really are! It's a fun test to take and comes complete with testing and scoring instructions and answers and explanations to all questions.

ARE YOU A LEFT-OR RIGHT-BRAIN THINKER?

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- Skill Functions

-.-Memory

• Numbers

• Speech

• Language

• Computation

• Leqic

• Analysis

• Sequence

• Time

Right-Brain Skill Functions

• Intuition-ESP

• Visual-Spatial

• Fine Arts

• Creativity

• Mechanics

• Rhythm and Music

• Emotions-Attitudes

• Physical Coordination

• Space

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