Raven’s Progressive Matrices

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Raven’s Progressive Matrices

RPM (Raven’s Progressive Matrices™) is a nonverbal test typically used to measure general human intelligence.
This test consists of total 100 multiple-choice RPM/SPM/APM questions. On each test you will get 20 random questions with similar difficulty. You will be given 8 choices from which to select and complete the missing element.
You can always use the info button (upper-left) to see the logic in case the question is too hard for you.
The correct answers along with calculated score are proved upon completing the test.

This IQ Test requires post-payment of €4.99 (one-time) and includes:
Your IQ score, Percentage of correct answers and email with PDF Certificate

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the shape whose edges increase (or decrease), is chosen in a clockwise way. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the number of edges on the shape undergoing change is one more than the number of edges in thepreviously changed shape. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 3:
Once all the shape edges are increased, the number of edges decreases by one. This model continues in the next column.

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1. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
In each row, the number of lines in the circle shape increases by one.
Rule 2:
In each row, the number of circles on the shape in the second column decreases by one.
Rule 3:
In each row, the number of circles on the shapes in the third column is equal to the difference of the number of circles on the shapes in the first two columns.

2 / 20

2. Please select the correct answer

Try to guess the missing part by visualizing the whole image. Make sure that you focus on the direction, width, relative size, sequence or the color of the lines or figures in the answers.

3 / 20

3. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the rhombus at the center and the rhombuses at the corners rotate alternately. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the rhombus at the center rotates 90 degrees clockwise in alternate cells. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 3:
From top to bottom, the rhombuses at the corners rotate 90 degrees clockwise in alternate cells. This model continues in the next column.

4 / 20

4. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the bipolar arrow rotates 45 degreesin a clockwise direction. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 2:
From left to right, the arrow moves upwards and downwards alternately. This model continues in the next row.

5 / 20

5. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
The circle and the ellipse alternate between the upper and the lower halves of the cells, whenever there is a horizontal bipolar arrow.
Rule 2:
The rhombus and the square alternate between the left and the right halves of the cells, whenever there is a vertical bipolar arrow.
Rule 3:
The ellipse is black whenever it is in the lower half, and the rhombus is black whenever it is in the left half.
Rule 4:
The square and the circle are always black.

6 / 20

6. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
In the first row, from left to right, the rectangle, and the square move one place along a horizontal line.
Rule 2:
The shading on the rectangle and the square alternate in each row.
Rule 3:
The number of places moved horizontally, increases by one in each next row.
Notice:
the last row is similar because when the shape moves three places horizontally, it will come back to the same position each time.

7 / 20

7. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
In each row, the shape in the third column is created by superimposing the shapes in the first and second columns.

8 / 20

8. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the single shape moves one place anticlockwise. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 2:
From left to right, the black circle moves one place to the right. When it ends, it continues from the beginning. This model continues in the next row.

9 / 20

9. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the triangle moves one place clockwise. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 2:
In each row, the number of edges on the shape increases by one.

10 / 20

10. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the spiral shape moves one place anticlockwise. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the hexagon moves one place clockwise. This model continues in the next column.

11 / 20

11. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, in each column, the shapes move one place to the right in a cyclic method. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
The half circle is present in all the three columns.
Rule 3:
For the other shapes, the number of edges (or points for stars) on the shape(s) increases by two in subsequent columns.

12 / 20

12. Please select the correct answer

Try to guess the missing part by visualizing the whole image. Make sure that you focus on the direction, width, relative size, sequence or the color of the lines or figures in the answers.

13 / 20

13. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the triangle rotates 90 degrees clockwise. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
From left to right, the arrow is shaded alternately. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 3:
From top to bottom, the three circles set inside the shape rotate 45 degrees clockwise. This model continues in the next row.

14 / 20

14. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the wavy lines set rotate 90 degrees clockwise. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the flag symbol moves one place clockwise. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 3:
From top to bottom, the star moves one place anti-clockwise. This model continues in the next column.
Notice:
When the star and the flag symbol coincide, the star is shown in the front.

15 / 20

15. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the arrow moves in a clockwise direction from one corner of the square frame to the other. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
From left to right, the circled square moves one place clockwise. This model continues in the next row.

16 / 20

16. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From left to right, the number of spiral shapes increases by one in the first column and then continues in the other columns. This model continues in the next row.
Rule 2:
Once all the elipses have a spiral shape, the spirals are removed one by one, from the last added. This model continues in the next row.

17 / 20

17. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the arrow moves one place clockwise around the five-pointed star. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
From top to bottom, the triangle rotates 90 degrees clockwise.This model continues in the next column.
Rule 3:
From left to right, the shading on the start and the triangle alternates. This model continues in the next column.

18 / 20

18. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the smaller shapes go to the back alternatively. This model continues in the next row.

19 / 20

19. Please select the correct answer

Rule 1:
From top to bottom, the number of triangles increases by one. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 2:
The triangles are added in the clockwise direction. This model continues in the next column.
Rule 3:
From left to right, the octagon shape alternates between white and black . This model continues in the next row.

20 / 20

20. Please select the correct answer

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