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Experience a top IQ test crafted by psychology experts in IQ research! Since 2014, and refined over time, over 5 million have engaged with our test. What distinguishes ours? Immediate, free results without hidden fees or personal data requests.

Defining “Intelligence Quotient” is intricate, but our expert-designed test aims for utmost accuracy. On average, it takes just 10 minutes. Afterward, delve into our sections: IQ Stats, IQ Chart, Celebrity IQ Scores, and Answers with stats.

About the A Real Me IQ Test

Wow, it’s been over a decade since the first version of our IQ test went live in November 2013. Time flies, and I sometimes find myself missing those younger days.

Fast forward to February 2014, while soaking in the sights of Singapore, I took a chance and translated the test into English, curious to see what might happen. I never expected what happened next: it blew up. Suddenly, everyone was jumping on it, taking the test, and blasting their scores all over Facebook and Twitter—or “X,” as it’s called these days. That was my lightbulb moment. The sheer power of social media hit me like a ton of bricks, and I knew I had to up my game. This IQ test couldn’t just be a one-off giggle.

So, I got to work. I’ve been tweaking and refining the scoring system, adding new content, and listening to what people wanted. It became a bit of a passion project. A couple of years down the line, when I finally had a moment to breathe, I started diving into the data behind the tests, sharing insights that were as surprising to me as they might be to our users.

Here’s the deal with our IQ tests: They’re totally free. No hidden fees to get your results, no need to hand over your email or sign up for anything. I wanted it all out in the open, easy and accessible. And for a bit of fun, there’s a comments section where you can boast about your score or, you know, moan about it.

Now, I’ve got pals in academia, and here’s the skinny: Online IQ tests are a bit of fun, a curiosity. They’re not the be-all and end-all measure of your smarts. They’re cool for bragging rights but don’t take them as gospel. If you’re serious about getting your IQ measured, you’ve gotta do it the old-school way, in a lab, with professionals. But hey, I’ve done my best to make sure our tests are as on the level as they can be.

Fun Facts about the IQ Test

When was it first created?

To be frank, I don’t remember. The first version should be around Oct 2013, but its official launch was in Nov 2013. I have to go back and check the Wayback Machine on my personal website. The test’s first appearance on the domain is Feb 2014. It’s a pity that the Wayback Machine can only prove the date back to Mar 2, 2014.

How many people have taken the test?

According to the Google Analytics report, more than seven million people have taken the test, including all other translations. This doesn’t count those who copied our test and distributed it on their own websites. What’s cool is that people from the following places have even taken the tests, according to Google Analytics: British Indian Ocean Territory, St. Helena, Eritrea, Tuvalu, Antarctica, Christmas Island, Kiribati, Norfolk Island.

Which question has the most correctly answered?

The question 4.

Which question has the least correctly answered?

The Question 15.

What is the avg. time for one person to complete the test?

About 15 minutes.

Why am I seeing people showing off very high scores in the comment system?

There are two reasons for this. The first is that people with average scores usually don’t feel compelled to leave a comment about their scores, especially since we have thousands of visitors every day. The second reason is related to our recent update of the scoring system. The new system is calibrated to reflect a broader range of abilities, leading to lower scores for many. Thus, any comments posted before March 2024 were made under the old scoring system, which might not reflect the current standards.

How do I read the comments and post a comment?

After you’ve completed the test, simply scroll down the page. You’ll find the comment section waiting for you at the bottom. Here, you can read what others have said about their test experiences and share your own score or thoughts. It’s a great way to see how you stack up or just join in the community conversation.

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