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Can You Get A Perfect Score In This ‘IQ Test’?

It’s never a bad idea to challenge your brain. We’ve come up with a 10-question make shift ‘IQ test’ to put yours to the test.


Can You Get Perfect On This IQ Test?

While it may not be a real test, it will certainly put your brain to work. If you can get every question right then you must be a pretty smart person. Keep track of your answers to see which ones you got right at the end.

  1. B is the biggest.
  2. B is bigger than C.
  3. C is bigger than A.
  4. C is the smallest.
  1. 28
  2. 37
  3. 19
  4. 42
  1. XXIL
  2. XC
  3. XIV
  4. XXVI
  1. Copper
  2. Gold
  3. Silver
  4. Ivory
  5. Platinum
  1. Induce
  2. Submit
  3. Hearten
  4. Proffer
  1. 4
  2. 8
  3. 16
  4. 2
  1. BREATH is to LUNG
  2. FLIPPER is to WATER
  3. ENGINE is to JET
  4. ELBOW is to HAND
  1. Scott
  2. George
  3. John
  4. James
  1. Lungs
  2. Ears
  3. Eyes
  4. Ovaries
  5. Kidneys
  6. Lips
  1. 16
  2. 5
  3. 17
  4. 4
  5. 13
  6. 20


  1. C is bigger than A.
  2. 28
  3. XC
  4. Ivory
  5. Hearten
  6. 4
  7. FLIPPER is to WATER
  8. George
  9. Ovaries
  10. 5

So how did you do on our IQ test? If you didn’t answer them all, that’s ok. It doesn’t mean you aren’t smart! An IQ test is only a gauge of how well someone can use information and logic to answer questions or make predictions.


Having a high IQ doesn’t necessarily make you smart. IQ tests tend to test on abstract, artificial situations. Scoring poorly on an IQ test means only that – in reality, you may have adequate reasoning skills in real life situations. And conversely, someone who scores high on a quiz like this may not be able to reason through common life situations. How many times have you known a genius who couldn’t do their taxes or change a tire? It happens.


Read More: These 5 Questions Appeared In A 1950s IQ Test. Can You Answer At Least 1 Correctly?

Julie Hambleton
Freelance Writer
Julie Hambleton has a BSc in Food and Nutrition from the Western University, Canada, is a former certified personal trainer and a competitive runner. Julie loves food, culture, and health, and enjoys sharing her knowledge to help others make positive changes and live healthier lives.