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tn eeoent years researchers have learned that the braifll'" 'which is divided into il'eftand 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~, riting, 'Useof numbersand logic, letting; w 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 !infoIli11ationi~ by piece and then d€oidesJ p on a whore :Jogical ~onclusion. The right brain can rbe characterized as being a "floodlight" ll1inker fint1)a1 it sees, the' whQle before the parts. Although c'J'eativity, "the birth Lof aiiIJ Iigjnal idea," begins in ithe right brain" O 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 sOCialand environmentalleaming. 'The more one develops the skilt functions of both the: left~ and rig'ht~brajn hemispheres" the more inreUi~nt: is that
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

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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,

l logic.or inabrlities and weaknessesin {:enain mentailifunct:ions does not mean thaf one will enjoy a usefess and unfhtidu'~ life'cor e unsuccessful in occupational orllusiness.Q. 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.kill. The more proflden~ oneis at'using tIne diversifiedskills'ohhe beetn.1'. oyel' I. or I'igll.Q~Test Do? This test is oneohhe most e0mpr. Enjoy it!' It' SJ fun to 'take :but don! t llake the' results too seriously.aI' does 'om alone makeene int'elligent. unless you are al geniusl!'This t:est will do three things: (1) It will sive you !lOU pers.dominant Ofte .a.ngmood er your fMure to ifollow testing instructions..rtng€harfs fonnedy used ~ the U. . Having il. b 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. tesfsevet offered to flrle general public! It has been.s'd. the human brain Cannot responcUo'lnformati(mgreater ithan its own abitit.. soore can be .) .. Since the human brain is a complex piece of equipment.dQiwell n some of these subrests andl~rlv[on o others.e other" if .scQringlQ. med1anically inClined or .ni(ry. 10 Ileet pad. Vou will.co.Dall.artistic dooSI\·~"eilher. itccntrols a rnwlt1tude o~6kllls and functions. (A .fren.ul(l: ot be lased as a €Unica'f'value. Having command! 'of language.quickly. lQ rtest has been created frOilil IQ test parts andSCQ.. Oil' • . w'el. 'DIe Can-ibridge IlQ test lias nol been. Oil' being abl'e to arl(J:numbers .Mean[? Just as one's car cannot exceed speed's9reater 'Chan its engine"s lilorsepower [allows.I. ott' being ordert'!.$ and weaknesses ~ie.YDrcapadt~.espe(:ially designed info 10 subtests in order to measure the skms ofbofh your feft andiisht brain.!te you. to.S. yoa are _ left.d low .ite evaluatio .J' •• pal'ateIJIIantllindividuall!ol wh.col'e~ compo.kel'. I't will allow yo.. ~he more linfe'ltigent one is! What Will tile Cambridge . ttl .pursuits.n averagd ~Q. WOUI' lesHak:i.<2). Se'ing creative.oth . Keep in mmd that (his is Zl self-administered test n and tl1at'your I Q.Q6 .1 all.".idel i.What Does I..eli.t• rain thi.e'hensive and accurate self.er The Cambridge. Government. mtenuptirons. '(3~ It' wll indi~at.affected and influenced by.

lf you are to achieve an Accurate lQ. . Each test part has been al.interruption. 'Of each test part·car:eftdJy and do the sample problems 'before starting&anY test part Try to work in a comfortable. Gqessing Is better Ulan no answer" not expec] to finish all test parts.rl Work faSfaad do Dot waste time tions. {\nsweJ:s.IMPORTANTIII .re'" you MUST adhere to-each time allowance . DOl one You will find staring instructions. Sto.. It is: not necessaw to finish fheentire test in siUing. Remembe.lot:ted a specific time amount . Speed and a¢curacy are tkle two most :Important fadols 'Of an I.. Do not waste time 'Onproblem questions.STABTINGTEST - - This 'Test has been divided into ten :(10) ...explanations and I. Read the instructiQns. It is suggested that you h&'\1e' someone time each test part for you so that you may work without . Keep .>arts.y on the number of correct answers. 'fest. Scores on the pages following the completion of the Test.Q.scrap paper handy. undisturbed atmosphel[e .READ THIS'PAGE CAREFUllY BEFORE.Q. . . You will bejud~dQIlI.r. Oil problem ques . Each part wiD test a different intenectua'l skill.

you win find 20 different symbols' with an assigned n.r.Iookat .minute.foronly I.symbols and their assigned number8 .remember them a'll. stop studying and turn tile page and ". to remember the assigned number fh~t belongs with each..ction8. Study them carefully and' concentrate.symbol. Below. the blank spaces below each syrqbol.Do nof expect· to.. NOTE/ You must memorize what number bel'ong~19 each symbol. 5 .itethe correct assigned numbel' in.he symbols below until you read the instru. After 1minute.ber under each symbol.- Study these.TEST 1_ MEMORY INSTRUCTIONS 00 not ..because file symbol's on the ne~xlpage will not appear in the same sequence as below. You will have 1 minute. m.Trs.

Place the correct assigned number under each symbol. ~tl~tj~~t~L~~~ ~t:1a~tjt=38~~~ 6 .TEST 1 MEMORV Time: 1 Minute.

AGRE:LITS The Dumber 5 is missing from the number set.RACTICE PROBLEMS 3:9461B.t ~t Tim~: 2 Minutes.f has one number missing "'rom0 to 9. A DO THESE P. appears twice.eta of letters..SAMPLE PROBLEMS TEST 2 INSTRUCTIONS PERCEPTION This test deals with sets of numbers and . aAMPLE 4 6 0 . tum the' pag~and begin Tes.NOW' tOP. Each set of letters has one letter that. space at fhe the right. The letter' L appears twice in j'he letter set. and enter it :inthe spat:eat the right. 7 .270 ..3 2 8 5 9 7 1 AFEXCLATHON The number 1 is mis.ins 'rom the number set. Eac:hnum'bel' se. The letter A appears twice in Ihe letter set.indthe number and' enter if i.. F. If YOIl understend how to do this test part. Find tile duplicate lette .

3 22. poe U HAS TIC E 19. 8. (j. 4 9 3 1 6 8 5 0 7 18. find the JetteI' that appears twice. I. 4 69 7B13 R A iN GEt a ZI TOR 5 9 "I 2 4 6 0 3 8 . 3. QUI 21. 4. HAS TIN PA Q ER 13. 7. 682 SAP o 3 9 7 1S 0 NI G T RSE 49326 170 5 COT E NIP ELAR 3 7 4 . T PA S HOG 23.2 24. .3 10. 25. 6.6 9 0 5 1 8 0 A NIP XQ L P E F 29 60 3 58 14 f L A TIN G0 S£ N 9. 5. find tile missing "amber.TEST 2 Time: 2 Minutes. 5 1 6·2 7 4 :8 9 3 12. S P 'l RA L E K I J 0 11. APE X c T IKE NM 11. 2.3 6·2 9 1 4 7 5 0 '16. 0 6 3 1 8 4 7 2 5 14. 93 6 0 1 8 4 7 5 20. RUST e HILYAR 15. 9 2 7 1 5 8 4 0 . X 0 TAU NSH 19 2 1 5 8 4 I N E S.

we. turn the p. The other 3 are all specific games. GUN 2. . each gtqup of. DO THESE PRACTICE PROBLEMSNQW 1.: 2· Minutes.age. If VQU understand how to do this .. below. CHESS BAVONET CHECKERS KNIFE GAME SWORD CARDS ANSWERS 1. Hame.test part.. '2. SAMPLE STAMP LEITER ENVELOPE MAILMAN The an. Gpn.SAMPLE PROBLEMS TEST 3 WORD COMPREHENSION INSTRUCTIONS I.e it has the 'east in common with the other" 3 word•• Circle the word th~t doesn't belong in the: group.ana begin 'fest 3Time. Allare weapons.. tile only person in the group. but gun is the only one tbat doesn't have~ablade. 4 word. one w(n'd does not belong becau. is Mailman because it i.

SURGEON NURSE FIREPLACE BEACH BOX a. FRAME 13. 14. CGNTAINER 6. SAND 5. JUDGE RAIN ARBITRATOR LAWYER REFEREE 10 .. 1. FATHER 7. FAST 12. group. GUITAR 18. BUTTER CHEESE MILK PATIENT' EGGS DOCTOR 2. WIND 20. TRIAL 11. Circle the word that least . SMOKE ASHES WATER CAN UNCLE BOXING TALL TIE DEFENDANT RAPID FIRE SWIM 4-.likelybelongs in th.TEST 3 WORD COMPREHENSION Time:' 2 Minutes. DAWN DUSK STORM 19. WIDTH BARREL NEPHEW BASKETBALL HEIGHT HAT JURY SPEED MOTHER SOCCER SHORT WALLET JUDGE SLOW PAINT 9. BOWLING :8.6. ROCK 1. CARGO PEBBLE St-UP PIANO NOON BRICK ANCHOR VIOLIN HARBOR SAXOPHONE NIGHT SNOW 17•. BIiLT to. CANVAS HUMID UNIVERSITY STONE BRUSH OVERCAST STUDENT CLOUDY TEACHER SUNNY PROFESSOR 15.

ely belongs and mark its lette. (d) It is the onlyI~tteli' with only straight lines.J (b) (I» (c) G 2.n with the other 4 items.spac. tile one that least IUt..SAMPLE PROBLEMS TEST 4 INSTRUCTIONS VISUAL DESIGNS Each question below has 5 items in fhe grollp. Time. .only non round bait in the group.. .J (d)L_J 'reD (e) Q r+t [!l. 2.. (d) ~ (.. r::J L.. ~e) 8 (e) "'o.:~ the right. . If 'you understand how to do this test part. S £!r1 L. Choose.'~."in the' .. (d).J ANSWERS 1. at CAUTION! Do not waste time on. It is the only dia~ram with the dot in the lar~er portion. hJrn the page and begin lest 4. (e) •. (e) It is the onlS. 100 THESE' PRACTICE' PROBLEMS (a) (a) .mup.)~ (b) i. problem questions.NOW (e) 1.... WORK FAST! SAMPLE PROBLEM'S L (a) 2 :(b) 2. (a) 0 (0) e 'e 4 (c) 7. 2% Minute·s.. 2. Ode item ineac:.. (b) It is the ..• @ 0 0 (d) 6 ..[!J(c) rm L.h grollp does-not belong because it has the least in £onimo.!odd number in the 9.

0.~(C) (~b) H U _.TEST 4 VISUAL OESIGNS Time.vt. (e) (e) N WJJ rrm ~..0 Z xc) >c (c) T x 0 )C (e) X X'ox . 15. (a)A ~ {..5. ® (..in each group that teast like)'.. 1.. ('a) .. IS. (e) • .} (b) c= o· Ie) (c) (d) a ~ ~ ~......0' x )j' )( .• • (b~~ I ••. 0.b) S (C) (bl ~ (b) . .. ..'..(:) 'J( (d) ~0 ('~) x Q 12 . (_I 12. ~ (fI}I .. 'a~ :.~" N 0.) IHIJ ~ IF (0) M ~ L (Il) tel IlHII (<lIft (d) (e) (b) @ 8..' . ~ :(d) 4> t. (b) " (c) - . 1<.. fe)' o . ...j:i =3 ~6.:..9 x (b) x '><0' a )(. :Ca) 3..' ' .. 14.. Choose the one . (b) r::r t1 .. (d.x~' . (a. (a) 4..0 ' 11. helongs.(a.. (a) (d) 2. =6 =4 ~c) . -0.10 (~) .)(0 0 ~d) \~ (4)1 (e) ':. (a) t.Q...) ® '10' ® (d) (d) I:Z: )E( H :[/1 Y 00 )I' (:) (e') S]! 7'.0 (c) 0 0 x .ti -7 . (a) .e) '" (d)~ (e) 9.(~):.:2:J (a)'~ (a) ® (b) .: 2'12 Mi'nutes.

468321 1173027'. 1...and \begin Test s. tum the page.. hose' pairs 0. pair .o'Xha.TEST 5 . 39465173" .. 3. a..xa«:Uythe same and some. Place an X between o..1numbers that are NOT IDENTICAL! t SAMPLE. 61. Time: 11/2 MinuteS'..X!sholiid have heen place. Look at each pair cin'efully. J)OTlltSE PRACTICE..NOT IDENTICAL.. been! plaeedbetweea them. If you understand how to dQ this test ·part..nl.•6172'13 The fir8tand third pair of numllel'.d between them. . will not. 468321 .. 717302'1 2...65]73 ANSWERS.* .ra are the same.. 352&'l.e . PROBLEMS NOW 1.. "[he second Rair 0' numbe..'NSTRUCTfONS Thi~ test deal& with pairs of numbers. .e NOT IDENTICAL.. 39·1. 80 an . 2.ohlem 2 a. ~ •• 35276 ..72931.s in Pr. You will find some pairs 10 be e. . . Only the pair of number. 8\41529 841829 3. 80 n. 80 'an X has beed placed hetween them..

.. 5455645?454 28191982819 .... 3712'881218 44545464.... 8929182216 ..... 22.............31727137271 3..25. 19'• 3721!i2572125 . 72936291927 31882831S2S........ Place..otted line between each pail' IDENTICAL. 6~. 29962966929 54556465454. 18232823323 72936297927 •. 166121~f66 5......... 44315132513 '7173171337 .. 17. ........28191982819 7621'7]62617..... 20....31828331828 17462537125 .. 14..... 28...54.. 21... 4454546454 29962966929 . .. 17452527125 8........ on the d.... 4. 7'... 6732... 35535 0' numbers that is NOT 15... 45454-322554 16...:t...... an ox . 26......... 6065665516 ][1.. 277020(£727 . 2..... 31727137271 .... 19024343 282717187 .......... 3712818218 .. 636116...23554 ... 77627716217 44315132513.......... ...... 64827 35525 ... 23.•.... .'63606 2322323 . ]). 27702@2727 10....•... 24......... 1173177337 21. 6066565516 ....... 6732 64829 ... ~2908299829... 53562665·2 1661V26166 ... 37252572725... 454543.. I......TEST'S NUMERICAL SPANNING Time: 1Ya Minutes........2322332 19024343 .. ... 9............ 282717187 535262652 ..892QlB8216 14 ... 92908299829 18. .. 18232822323. 12......

ANSWERS Draw the missing leg of the ta'ble. Time: 1'%Minutes . 15 ..rawthe missing iailof the airplane.each pictul'e ..rawwhat is left I).TEST 6 INSTRUCTIONS OBSERV1\TION D.. If you understand how to del this test part... not waste time h'yingto be an artist" Do Only one thing has been left out in each picture . Qra". tum the pag~ ana begin Test 6.•. what i8 missing. D.ti.WOl'kFast.

ll--"--. Draw what has been left out in each picture.OBS'ERVATION _Time: 1% Minutes. 1..:=>a:. 3 I 4 I II s 1 8 12 ..!l C • 16 . 13 20 u..

Time: 10 Minutes.t~r tf-. ho.'n. Stucty ea(:h question c.~. SAMPLE STATEMENTS Joan is taller than Mat). (el f'~ Mrlrv . Joan is 'taller than Alice . Mary is taller than Jane. (e) ANSWER (d) Helen is. talte.nin. Helen is ta1ler than Joan.arefullJland consid~r only the illformationgi\len.'Make no assumpfions. NOTE: Do not waste time on difficult questions!.SAMPLE PROBLEMS I TEST 7 INSTRUCTIONS LOGIC This test requires logical reaso..'1 Y. 17 . Barbara is taUer than Jane.. Write the letter of your answel' in the. h~lank space..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.g"and dedudion.1. turn the page and begin Test 7. Jane is shorter than Helen. Which condusion is d!dinitely accurat~? (a) (b) Mary is taller than Barbara. Alice is snorter than Barbara. Work fast.. s None of theabove.

Whiteano Mr. There are five house~s:on Bm Sf. white~ blue. Mr. Mr..tlll'east of JUNE. (e) JOE is older than dIM. Thei'r colors <Ireblack. LOIS lives 3 miles directly west of ANN . 2. The man in the blue house Of\ the eerner doesni't smoke.3 miles d~rectlv south of STACEY. rown. The mall in the black house smokes a pipe. and "BARAX. No PLATS Me DORTS AUWONGS are PLATS. B Mr. 5. BlacK. JOE is older than JOH:N. The men who U\le in these houses are . STEVE is older than JOE.Notdeter. 3. (d) JIM is older than BOB. 6.ves 3 miles dir~c. the gr. 3. Which conclusion is definitely accurate? (a) 808 [S older than RAY: (0) JOE is older than BOB. RAY is younger than JIM.tween Mr.een house.<Greensmo:kes Camels and lives be.ONCLUSION:: la) "ti'ue LO~.TEST 7 I. STATEMENT:' (. «SPROG KRIPS PLOUT" means WARNING HURHICANE WATCH" "KLOG MING KRWS me~ns HBRAC(.IC Time: 10 Minutes. (e) None of the ebove. White and Mr.minable 2~ JOHN is older than BOB. STACEY Il. Green. Blue smokes Kools." H WHAT DOES "SPHOGu MEAN? (a} CRAFT (b} WATCH (c) BRACE (d} WARNING (e) HURRICANE 4.n is: tel .'. FOR HURRICANE. BroWIl lives next to. WHO LlV. IN RELATIONSHIP TO JUNE~ WHERE DOES ANN LIVE? (a) NW ~b) SE (c) NE (d) SW (~) Impossible til) tell 5. mue. NQ GORTS are WONDS (b) False The conclusio.llilves8 miles ~ireet'ly north of LOIS. Black Mr.ee~j but not necessari:ly 'in that order. ME.ES IN THE BROWN' HOUSE? C~UES I. brown an(19r. Whitesrnokes cjgars~no lives between the bt:ue~and white houses.. '4.Mrr. ed PU':lUrnUNJS" means SMALL CRAFT WARNING. ANN lives . 18 . J'VNE. Mr. BOB is ~oU!Glger than STEVE. Mr.

. Minutes·. [}~ D G=JoD ODD 0 o _ 1 I I If you lIndersiang how to de this. ANSWER[l] DO THESE PROBLEMS NOW! 4. ~D ANSWER[Z] 2. The lines d. SAMPLE 1. SPATIAL RELATIONS Dra. test.w Unes in the blan'k squar..awd mU!ft fill the blank squares completely. 19 .es at the right to show hew the pieces at thel'eft fit into' the.5. blank squates.. 4. tum the page and begil1l Test 8- Time.SAMPLE PROBLEMS_ TESTS INSTRUCTIONS . 1:1~'D DOD' (7 3. I I I I I I ANSWER [I] 6.

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SAMPLE This set.gtJ'ilTest 9.se. TEST 9 INSTRUCTIONS NUMERICAL SEQUENCES In each set below you are to 'insert the ne".fh·~t. Add 3 'to the . 4 and 5..525636 ANSWER This set of numbers should be divided into groups of three. Then apply that pattern formula to the next grou. 2ljz Minutes - 21 . Add 3 to J-to get 6. 5c<imd 6'. then you add 1 to the secbnd number to get{i.t !number of fhe ~eq. YOliaddS to the first nUQlber to get 4.. DO THIS PRACTICE PROBLEM: NOW. No\V' . encein the blank~pace.10 this test part" turn the page: and be..4.4 the diffetence between the remaining two number groups. NOTE:' The key'to tHeeSe probl. 80 i. Now look at the next thl'ee numbers: 2. umber to gelS.ms is to break down e4ld1i .appiil that formula so 50 liveth~s~quence.t of numbel's into g.. then add 1 n to the: second number to g. to the I!astnumber 4.SAMPLE PROBLEMS - . Therefore. If you understand how to <. should be divided into two number groups: The differen~e between the first two numbel's is.. Time:. and finally to solve the problem. 14. Observe the first three numbers: 1. by adding .et 6... you get S.you observe a pattern or relationship between them.roups.nti. then add 1 te get 7. So 7 is Ute next number of the sequence.

6 18 5 15 4 12 3 14. seq. 5 3 4 7 4 . 21 9 21 3 16.uence in the blank spacoe.TEST 9 NUMEmCALSEQUENCES Time: 2')z Minutes Ine'ert the next item of the. 1. 25 5 16 4 9' 7.5 25 5. 2 5 9 14 3. 10 5 8 4 6 4. 9 . 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 4 1 5 3 3 9 1 22 .5 9. 16 4 2 25 5 3 36 6 11.5 6 8 4 5 7 3 8. 7 13 13. 2 3. 1 16 2 15 3 14 4 12.2 1:34 11 6 9 10. 81 27 9' 3 6. 3 3 9 . 135 7 '__ 2..8 4 if 16 15 5 . 3 6 8 7 4 6 10 9 5 7 12 15.

SAMPLE PROBLEMS TEST 10 INSTRUCTIONS CREATIVITY' You will find three words in. . common word. Time: 3 Mii1lites. Your ta~k is to find a foudhword that can be..t be'ow.used witll each of the threewol'd's. Write your fourth word choice in the blank spac~. !VOTE:' Oon't waste time on problem Questions! SAMPLE FRIEND CRUISE MEMBER SHIP The answer is SHIP. . 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.each se.which is placed after each of the thre'€ given words to form. tum the p<il~eand begin Test 10. In each case the fourth word Plust be placed after each of the three words or in front of them to formil! new.

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

score for left·brain skills. scere.l. or 150. GI!> across horizonfally and stop at the age .Q.Q.t.tweelil your Je.55 and you are between .. points between your left. bracket is more 'important than your I.. score. Th.go down Test OOh!Jfllill and stop at raw seere S.years old" your I.Pages aO. 25 . then do the same for the even-numbered tests. Move across hOidzantally to the Scale. score.~ scaled score of ] 1. So your I.lit and 32. Now add your two l.or rtghliibrain thinker. or 160 points to establish genius. You indkate no dominant srde. tests. you can determine your intelligence bracket..0.r ou determine your raw scores. For example.Pag. seers since all I. If tbere is Ii or more point. tests Q use 140. After you have determined all Y0ur'sc.More Column and see.d Score Column on the extreme left or rigjtt.Q. '3. this scoring procedure. scores.own test resultsJJY looking at the answers on. . Now you are ready fa find your I. Moveacross ihoriizontallyto the Scaled .es 26 and 21. seere lor right·brain skills. Enter that scaled scere on the approprliat'e Test • Summary Cha .and right-hrain tQ. scores. Find your totalsc:aled seorefor the Qd<1l·nurnbered tests.ftand light brain.30and ~4. Go down each test Rad column s~paratel'y and stop at 'your raw' score.!lc1ce Scaled AttJe. Count the number (illeorsectanswers for Tests I.numbered tests: eheck your answers for Tests 2.Q. Turn to P~ges28 and 29.Q. The result is your overall I. in the extreme leltor right eolurnns.find. Example: If your tatal sealed score for the odd-numbered tests is.Q.Q.On page '26.. 4.eodd·numoeredi tests are alii left· brain skills and the even. scores tege. score would be 100.yollr tQ.SCORING INSTRUC. In addition to learning your tot. For example.ther and dlvhle by . you show an equal balance of skill command be. If there is a difference of Iess than 5. will enable you to establish it 'you have left·brain or right·brain deminant inteUlgf.Q'. score. That number is your I. side. the one with the higher Score is your dominant brain side." Ent~r YQur' raw s~or:e for e~chof these tests in . eifference between your two separate I. vou mustcenvert them tb sceled scores by using the y Score Conversion Charts on. total them for the odd-numbered tests.numbered tests afe rigAt·brain skills. and you are either a dominant left.2. Do not put too much eraphasts on your 1. 6. this test uses '~SCOI'eof [~Q P9ints to establish genius.Q. 8anol@and entet your raw scores on Test Summary Chart II on Page 27.Q.:aled scores.group eolumn that reflects your current ag~. 6~7 and 9 only.the a~ppropriate spaces~olilTest Sununary Chad' on Pa~e 26. The Wider the point diffef:enc~ the more dcminam that brair. Thls is called your "raw score.use diff€rent scaring values. a raw score for Test 1might be 5. After yoU finish entering the "raw scores" tor the odd.al. By \Ising the chart on the back cover. NoW' {ollowthe' same procedure for the even-numbered tests scaled scerss and . .TIONS Pleasedleckyour. Some' I.

7 5 10 11 it 15 16 17 18 19- 12 t:J 14 15.TEST SUMMARY CHART I LEFT-BRAIN SKILL FUNCTIONS TEST 3.2.0 11-12. SUM Of SCALED SCORES: _ SCALED SCORE CONvERSION CHART RAWSCOR£8 SCORES 1 2 !J 4 5 6 SCALEO TEST I TEST . 7. RAW SCORES SCALED SCORES 5.1 4 14 15 ~ 9-1. 9. 15 16 17 18 S 9 J'O 11 12 13 1. 1. )3..14 15-16 14 J'7 18 19 19 20 11 12 U 14 . 1.1 TEST 5 TEST 7 TEST 9 SCORES 1 2 3 SCALED I :2-3 1 2 3 4 5 6 "I 4·5 6.1-1:8 19-'20 20 20 '26 . 2 '3 4 5 6 '7 8 9' 8 9 10.0 11 12 13 14 .7 8-9 '10 11 I 2 3 4 6 5 J t 2 :I 4 5 6 7 1 8 9 1.

4 15 16 17 18 19 20 t 5 7 8 9 6 '1 10 11 Iii 16 n 110 11 12 8 9 10 11 12 13 18 10 11 12 ra U- 5 6 .2 3.12 :t3·14 3 4'5 6 7 8 9 '·8 ".12 U 1.20 19 2Q 27 . 4. 10.RAW SCORES SCALED SCORES TEST 2 TEST 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 a 3.23 15 9·\10 11·U 13·14 15-16 17~18 12 13 13 14 15 16 11 18 14 US 16 24·25 17 1~8 18 19 20 19.6 '·8 9·10 U. SUM OF SCALED SCORES. S 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22~.TEST SUMMARV CHART II RIGHT-BRAIN SKILL FUNCTIONS TEST RAW SCORES SCALED SCORES 2.1 .9·10 11 . 8. 6.6 a 2 3 4 5.4 5 6 TEST 10 .: _~ _ SCALED SCORE CONVERSION CHART .4 J " TEST 6 ).sCALED SCORES 1 2 I 2 3·4 .5.2 TEST 8 1.

35·39 AGES 40·44 AGES 45·49 AGES 50-54 SUM OF AGES SCALED 55·75 SCORES 11 10 70 71 72' 7:1 70 12 13 14 15 1'1 '10 11 12 16 18 19 .g4 . AGES 20'-24 AGES 25·29 AGES 30-34 AGES .85· 86 81 .Q.5 96 97 98 101 102 94 95 92 93 94 96 97 98 30 3t 32 3~ .8 76 7.86 ·87 84 . 75.81 82 83· 85 86 8' 88 89 81 82 80 81 82 83 84 83 85 84 85 86 87 87 88 89' 86 21 29 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 17 18 16 15 88 89 90 91 93 90 91 80 82 .4 83 82 39 40 4. 70 71 71 72 73 74 75 76 78 79 13 14 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 72 73 70 71 72 73 7. 85. 72 73 77 75 76 80 3J 79 18. 31 30 7~ 70 71 70 72 73 12 ". SCORES CONVERTED FROM SCALED SCORES I.85 . 73 ']5 7~ 76 73.) 42 . 99 1 38 991'60 41 99 101 103.43 44 45 84 85· 88 87 8_ 82 83 71 79 86 88 89' 91 90 91 80 .tQ. 88 102 104 92 28 .34 35 36 37 39 40 42 43 44 45 96 97 98 100 101 102 to3 109 106.8 7S 76 78 79 81 82 78 8.81 82 19 80 8] 82 .84 8~ 87 83 81 83 ·84 88 89 90 93 94 95 96· 92 92 94 9.1 72 75 73. BY AGE GROUPING SCALED SCORES SUM OF AGES 14·1.6 74 78 79 77 76 17 19 80 75 74 77 28 29 70 71 72 74 75 76 77 32 33 34 85 36 37 38. 79 80 76 77 1.

..egardlessof your age. 9'3 51 91 92 93 95 '$. SCORES CO~_~~EIRTED FROM SCALED SCORES I.8 59 60 57 107 108 lQ9 11] 112 113 108 109 110 112 113 114 Jl2 111 116 ttl} 120 121 122 123 124 125 118 115 121 123.9 62 63 64 65 66 61 130 130+ 136* 68 130+ 138+ 130+ 130+ 73 74 '16 71 72 75 70 130+ 130'" 130:lf 130-if 130+ 77 78 130._---------- AGES 50·54 SUM OF AGES SCALED 55·'75 SCORES 8:9 90. 97 99- 108 96 91 53 55 56 94 96 100 93 92 93 96 95 93 94 97 98 99 10B 5' 58 63 UJ4 102' 103 91 99 94 96 101 59 60 61 62 65 66 lit 10~ liD 10~ 101 64 67 112 114 us 102 104 105 106 107 109 110 HI 114 99 100 10~ 103' 104 105 107 108 III \12 97 99 100 91 100 103' t04 106 lO~ 10J 103 104 105 106 lOS 107 108 109 110 100 101 102' 103 104 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 104 .44 45.106 107 ms 107 108 In 113 112 III 109 110 109 110 III 112 113 114 115 116 1t7 118 119 J22 114 liS 116 11'7 118 119 us US 114 116 117 113 .I. 118 114 117 114 115 116 111 U9 12-3 )23 124 1I8 119 liS 119 78 79 80: 81 71 130 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 120 121 123 124 125 126 128 127 ' 12' 136 120 122 123 125 126 127 129 130 130+ 130+ 120 12] 122 1?4 125 126 128 129 130 130+ 130+ 130+ 120 121 122 123 125.+ 130+ 80. 99 81 88 89 90 91 94 95.56 5. BY AGE GROUPING SUM OF SCALED AGES SCORES 14-19 AGES 20-24 AGES 25~29 86 AGES 30. H9 120 121 120 122 no 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 H'l 121 12Z 123 124 12$ 1~' 128 129 11& 116 112 115 116 114 115 116. 127 128 129 130 130+ IJ&t 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 129 1301 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 13G+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 127 128 129' 130 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 136+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 127 128 6'1 6...Q.53 48 49 50 5t 52 41 46 54 55 .49 35-'39 .Qr€genius I. 81 79 * The sum of scaled scores. 124 125.34 AGES 46 47 48 49 50 52 54 89 81 88 89 90 AGES AGES 40. lUi.totalinq more than 81 determine that you S<. ]26 127 128 13~O 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 130+ 125 126 127 128 124 125 126 126 129.Q.

nly'one thatoecurs at the same time>each day. fbf each ~orred answer. (SWIMllt Is the on')~ action word of the group. '(FRAME) The only' OM that's not a o~ceSsaIYtool te paint a picturE'. undemeath the circle. fA) U. :(a) The onl~ one with two tiC-lac-toe's in its ma~-l1p.air'. 19.wy.(P) 7. (a) The only' one with 2: dots below the line tl'lat appears. 20. (NOON~ The o. (STORM) The ethersaee types of a storm. (FIREPlACE) The others can exist 'outside a fir~piace.eck. . 15. 18. 13.An Xsho\1l€1 have been placed between the fdllowfng pair of numbers TEST 5 2. (BO(XING~ only non-bell sport. (TRIAL) The others. (e) The onlll rectangle dividW Into § P9rts. (b) Arrows pointing In opposite' directi(l)n5. . 8 ..HARBOR) If's a place . only. (b) . (6) 10\ (I) 11.ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS TEST 1 q'l...event. arrow points.(U) 21. (8) 2S:. The 8j (WIDTH) The only ORe that is not a form of height. 10 • 11 . 7... Score 1 point for eachcorrec::t answer . 13..EED) The others are all fonns of speed. 12. (HUM lID) The only oJi!e\tha't denotes moisture in fhe .1heonly figure'with a white space at its! Itop... Trial is all. (8) lit. (e) The only one with the same number of dashes to its number value. 2.. ts. 5. 12. TEST 3 1. ~EGGS) It is the only non-dairy item. 30 . (N)9. (CONTAINER) The others are 'all forms ot a container. (WALLET') It's tile onlvltem that is not worn orexposed 0utside . (SP.. (IE) 11. (2'} CC) 19. (5) 24. 16.ER~ The others are professions thatrequ. 17~ (SAXOPHONE) The on1y non-string instniment. li. (9) li4. 5.grQlllp . ~ach. (0) 22. others aU tend to the patient. io. 4. (e) The only (lesign with one eyebrow.(8) 3. (8) ]6. Cd) The only one that does l1I@t have an equal number of dots to it5 number'of sides. (PA'rIENT)llhe 4. . Theethers are all p~QPle. only 'Curved leiter o. 3.14 • 15 • 18 • 20 ~22 ~23 ~25 ~27 5 Score 1 point for each correct answer marked wltb X.(1) the only :(}newith two dots Rext toeach other. 2.f'the . (7l 8. 11. 3. (2) 2@. 9. (d) The only letter that would change Ltsidentity if turned upside down. . 15. (E) 5. 14. ~BRlCK)fhe only one tnat is man made.. f8} 23. 11.. are all peQple. correct answer.group. ta) Is the only one tl1at' has two. TEST" 1. 14. 6. (tJNIVERSlW).The others are thing§. (b) S is the.• 3 ~. (e) The only design with a black centercirde.. 10. your own Score 1 point TESi2 fOF test results. (~) The onlly one-whose arrows do not poInt alternately indifferent directiens. 6 (MOTHER' The only female of th~ .(4) 2'.7. (0) 12.(1) Score 1 polltt for each cc)lTecianswer.. (2) 6. 8. (IR) 15. Sc::ore 1 point.ire making rulings.. (e) The only one with a diagona~ line down from left to right. (u. 9.

{b). Black . Now use deduction from Clue #5 to place "Mr. Blue is the occupant. Score t point for each of the first four questi. S.is tn .0 IS 5.TEST 6 Missing thili1g~illl pictur~s. Clue #1 places the "Whitec House" in Column 3.TACEY ANN Draw a chart offive separatecolumns acrossand number them 1 tQ5. ana "Mr. Scor$ 1 paint 1." therefore "PIJGUf" mealilS ·'WAltlNJNG.) Buttonhore (11~~ Handle (i... AIl dQgs are animals.since the occupant in Column t doesn't $moke. Ciue #6 places "Mr. See position I)elow. (3) G-"al P9St Crossbar (4~ lee Skate Blade (5". if "KRIRS" means "HURRIC6\NE" and "PlOUT" means: "WARNING. (a) fOf each c:on-ectanswer.ons :and 3 points for Question #5." "SPROG" has to mean "WAlCH.. 2. wilJ." 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. Clue #4 places.C.er (20) Large Diarr." 80. CONCUJ510N: The' brown house is In Column 5 and Mr.eft (1 ~:)Shadow' on Groud at 1iree (17) Reflection of Arm and Brush in Mirror U. Brown does. BLUE. Black" in Column 4. Mr.8) Th~Stat~'ofFlorida(19) Trlgs. TEST 8 Drawings may face different directions. Eachoolumn detail three' Items: the house color.galong with . White" and "Cigars" In Column 2. Green'" iOI"CQlumn. BlUE!" and "Kools" in Celumn ~5. No animals are plants." 4. 3econd Step (6) Door Hinges (7) fable l\2t (8) DO®f Handle f9) Center Screw (:'0) Cord (ll. si'nce we already know that Mr. {b) lhe' only word common to the first fwostafements is "HURRICANE.. "Mr. 3. (1) Eyebrow (2) Tail ." Ule only coded word common to th~ first two statements is "KRIPS.. Score 1 point for each correct answel'~ a1 . JUNE 1. MR.ond in Upper Left. Change the words to recognizabl'ewords. Therefere no plants are animals. 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. Brown" in eelumn 1 and the "GreE:O House" in Colamn '2.JJ Knl1ckleon Middle Finger (14) 00" Locks (15) aall in Hand 01 Bowler on l.JQe'is older than Boo because John is older than Bob and Joe is older than John. (b)SE. 'Camels:' and places •'Mr." therefere "KRIPS" means "HURRICANE.otuml1 4 and 'doesn't live' next to the Green house. Draw a-map from dues to determine result.

I . (9) Dividel into sets' of'3l11umbers. every other number goes. The second number is the square taot QHhe first number.. (9~ Progression Score 1 point for each correct answer. 15. .€:h correc.. (4) Divide'into sets of3lilumbers. HORSE 18. The seventh number therefore will be 8. BLACK 13. then'subtract one from ~he third number to get the fourth number.sets of 2 numbers. S. then subtract 1 fwm the third number to get the fourth number. LINE 9.t answer. iF to. OUT TEST 10 2.Each number in . 17.]. END 8.of twa numbers.first.a p>r-Qg!essionof two. YELLOW 16. BLUE Score 1 point fore. 9. 14 plusS =20~ . The differenoe between the third and fouril:rn numbers is 5" so that <6 must be the .ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS- Continued TES~9 o.f four.. (l).. the second number. From the first number subtract 4 thenadd 1 to get fhe third number. '{9}DiVid<:l into se. (10) flivideintQ sets of 5 numbers. (4) Divide into sets of B. BALL 1'9'. The difference between the second an€! third numbers is 4. GGLD 7. number added to thethird number equals the fifth number. Ill. 13. {8)lhe first. {13) Starting with the secend humber.of'2numbers: Jhe first numbermultiplied by 3 'equals the second number. Check to see if !JI0" allowed :I points for Question #5 on Test '7. BANK 3. 7.y 3.difference between the fourth and fifth number. Add the firstend second numbers to get the third. two numbers equals the third number. BUTTER 4. BACK PEACE .. lI~HT S. (4) Divide Into.ROSE 20. U.regression is dMded b. square root of the first Then subtract twt. fIRE 14. (24) GliVide:. 8. . to get ~he third number. (20' 1. HIGH 12. The first number multiplied by the second number equals the third number . The sum of the.. OVER 6..de into sets of'JwQ numbers. ROOM 15. 12'. down oy one. (3) Divide thIs sequence into sets. Thesecond number is one-half of the first number. 2. The differ~nce between the first two numbers is 3. to. Thesecond number is the. tl1iro and fifthnumbers indicate . The' sum of the digitsoOfthe first number equals. MldtW1y the firstarrdsecond numbers to get the third number. numbers. (II) DiViGleintosets of 4 numbers.f: odd numbers. The fourth. 4.rslintogroups Q. The 'sum of the digits of 13 ~ 4.>.ts. 6. (3) Divi. H.rurn:he.

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