IQ (Intelligence quotient)
IQ (Intelligence quotient) or cognitive tests, and achievement tests are the most common norm-referenced tests.
In either of these types of tests, a series of tasks is presented to the person being evaluated, and the person's responses are graded according to carefully prescribed guidelines.
After the test is completed, the results can be compiled and compared to the responses of a norm group, usually comprised of people at the same age or grade level as the person being evaluated.
An intelligence quotient or IQ is a score derived from one of several different standardized tests attempting to measure intelligence. IQ tests are used as predictors of educational achievement. People with low IQ scores are sometimes placed in special-needs education.
The heritable component of IQ becomes more significant with age. IQ was calculated as a ratio with the formula. A typical IQ test requires the test subject to solve a fair number of problems in a set time under supervision.
Socio-cultural limitation of the tests application and interpretation. IQ correlations - job performance, income, the social status of the parents, morbidity and mortality. A typical IQ test requires the test subject to solve a fair number of problems in a set time under supervision.
Most IQ tests items from various domains, such as short-term memory, verbal knowledge, spatial visualization, and perceptual speed.
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