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Benne:

What was your raw score on Cattell CF (if you don’t mind me asking)?
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Do you know what ceiling RAIT has?

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The RAIT ceiling is a mystery. If I had to guess I’d say it was ~145. I don’t think the test can discriminate scores much higher than that. Would a relatively low ceiling affect scores at the 125-140 IQ level? Or does a low ceiling simply affect those who have reached the ceiling or have very nearly reached it?
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How many items has RAIT and whats the timelimit if you count all subtests together?
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The Crystallized Intelligence Index (CII) portion includes the following subsections:

General knowledge: 47 items in three minutes (3.8 seconds per question)
Odd Word Out: 40 items in five minutes (7.5 seconds per question)
Word Opposites: 40 items in five minutes (7.5 seconds per question)

The Fluid Intelligence Index (FIII) portion includes the following subsections:

Nonverbal Analogies: 52 items in seven minutes (8 seconds per question.)
Sequences: 43 items in 10 minutes (This one allows the most time, about 14 seconds per question--like CCFIT 3b. This is the section where I started filling in the wrong bubbles. Brilliant!)

I do not remember, and I cannot find, the number of questions on the two quantitative sections.

The most difficult sections to complete were the General Knowledge portion (though the questions were easy) and the Nonverbal Analogies, as these analogies were rather difficult given the time we had to complete these items. Get hung up on one and it will throw off the whole section for the test-taker.

The General Knowledge category required labeling certain public figures into certain categories/types. This required some working memory given the way the questions were asked. I did not complete this section. I believe I failed to answer about five questions. It was the first section and I took too much time filling in the bubbles.


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Benne161 wrote:

How many scores between 120-130 do have on IQExams tests?



Scores <=130: Though I use 2nd attempts for RIQ calculation (without there is no significant change), I would consider only the 1st just to be safe.

Chrome - 99, 139
Luxus30 - 113, 120
RELIGHT30 - 116, 139
TRANSIQ - 122, 132
LS30 - 128
Logicax - 128
NUMDOT - 130
LABCUB - 130
TERO41 - 130, 150

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- what are your scores on one or more of the UNTIMED tests?



VORTEX - 141
NUMINA4D - 144

quote:

- did you already made tests of some of the following authors: Ivan Ivec, Iakovos Koukas, Jason Betts, Mislav Predavec, Paul Cooijmans, Ronald K. Hoeflin and other very professional HIQ test developers?



If they don't have tests on IQExams, then I'm doubtful. If there are specific tests you have in mind, I can take a look.

quote:

- how many items are used to calculate your RIQ; do you still take into account the results of tests not appearing in the current IQexams list anymore; if so please delete them.



I only count tests that are currently available, that are said to be g-loaded, which is 34.

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- after the clean-up, I advice you to calculate the arithmetic average and the standard deviation.



Num: 34
Average: 129 137 146
Percent: 132
Rarity: 144
RIQ: 144
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Weighted by (w=r): 100 + ((iq - 100) * w)

Average (w): 127 135 143
Percent: 130
Rarity: 142
RIQ: 143
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(w=sqrt(r*a))

Average (w): 125 133 141
Percent: 129
Rarity: 138
RIQ: 139
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- the average and the RIQ should be quite close to each other and the standard devation should not be too large (between 4-6 points).



That's interesting to note, since my average and RIQ differ considerably, and my SD is normally about 8.
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You had to be bubbling after what seemed like a seconds glance, for sure. But it's hard for me to believe I didn't at least hit 95th percentile on the fluid section.

For the record, my total intelligence score did turn out to be 98th percentile. I surprisingly did well on the crystallized portion, which I thought would be my second best, not the best. I feel like my results, with regard to fluid and crystallized are inverted. It's weird to me.

I'm wondering if it's possible to take the culture fair test after getting an invite. I don't care to join mensa, of course, this was just to see how RIQ would reflect my IQ.
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Cysium:

It is possible to take the culture fair battery after a Mensa invite. How do I know? Because I took the culture fair tests after an invite. I had the same question.
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On the other hand, you may wonder if it is fair to relate one test result to a composite score of test results from 30,50 or more tests. With so many tests, the probability of showing your full potential is more likely than in a single test situation. The probability that you show your best in only that one test is rather low. We always say here that the more tests you do and calculate a composite score, the more accurate the "IQ".



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Hi Cysium,

First of all I recommend you to do more untimed test (will take a lot of time!) such as Hint U, Viper, Domino's track and last but not least the new Cogitatus Logicae. This will give you a clear indication to what extent time pressure may have or not have an impact on your results.

As a double check I recommend you to do some untimed tests from Ivan Ivec.

Plan a couple of weeks to make all of them.

Secondly you should solve the problem of the large standard deviation, indicating a (very) large spread between highest and lowest value.

Delete all the tests whose scores are greater than the average + 1SD or lower than the average- 1SD. Also remove them from your IQexams list and recalculate both the average and the RIQ. You will be surprised.

Kind regards
Filip
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