The Children's IQ Test, also known as the Raven's Progressive Matrices Test, is a widely used psychometric tool for assessing cognitive abilities in children. Developed by John Raven in the mid-20th century, this test is designed to measure abstract thinking and logical reasoning in children aged 5 to 11 years.
The test consists of a set of tasks in which children must fill in the missing items in a series of graphic matrices. These tasks become increasingly challenging as the test progresses, requiring children to analyze and synthesize information, use logic, and identify patterns. Test results provide information about a child's cognitive abilities and how they compare to age-related norms.
The IQ test for children is often used in school and clinical settings to identify talented children, assess intellectual development, and plan individualized educational programs.
Psychological test «IQ test for children» from section «IQ tests» contains 36 questions.