WAIS-IV Test Preparation

The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS)Â® is an IQ test used to assess intelligence and cognitive capacity in adults and older adolescents. The WAISÂ®-IV assessment is appropriate for use with persons aged 16 to 90. Itâ€™s the most extensively used IQ test in the world. The latest version of the test, the WAISÂ®-IV, which was introduced in 2008, consists of ten core subtests and five additional subtests.

This test consists of total 80 multiple-choice questions . You can always use the info button (upper-left) to see a hint.Â On each test you will get 20 random questions. The correct answers along with calculated score are proved upon completing the test.

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**Your IQ score, Percentage of correct answers and email with PDF Certificate**Look at how the given figures are balanced on both sides of the scale. It is important to note that each shape and color is individual.

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1. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

Look at how the given figures are balanced on both sides of the scale. It is important to note that each shape and color is individual.

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2. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

Select three of the six options that will create the figure shown above. Please keep in mind that the answers may be rotated.

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3. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

**Rule 1:**

Squares and hexagons are alternately shaded and un-shaded.

**Rule 2:**

The unshaded hexagons have an arrow in the middle, while the shaded hexagons have a triangle.

**Rule 3:**

The triangle rotates 90 degrees counterclockwise while the arrow rotates 45 degrees clockwise.

**Rule 4:**

The square in each row moves from one corner to the other clockwise.

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4. Which of the following images completes the missing part?

The star has four, five, and six points in alternating rotations. The star’s colors change between yellow and green, with each color occupying two consecutive boxes. In each box, the blue square’s number grows. When all four corners have been filled, the squares begin to decrease by one.

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5. What comes next in the sequence?

The yellow square moves diagonally one step. The green square moves vertically one step. The blue square moves counterclockwise by one.

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6. What comes next in the sequence?

Look at how the given figures are balanced on both sides of the scale. It is important to note that each shape and color is individual.

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7. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

The row alternates between a large square and a circle. The big figures’ colors shift between white, gray, and black. After every second box, the little figures are different. The little figure is rotated 90 degrees every second box.

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8. What comes next in the sequence?

Star and hexagon alternate. The yellow rectangle appears in the hexagon boxes and goes by one counterclockwise around its sides. A triangle appears in the boxes where the star is and moves two steps clockwise.

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9. What comes next in the sequence?

Select three of the six options that will create the figure shown above. Please keep in mind that the answers may be rotated.

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10. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

The row alternates between one small and two large circles. A same color appears in two following boxes. The following ones have a different color.

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11. What comes next in the sequence?

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12. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

Select three of the six options that will create the figure shown above. Please keep in mind that the answers may be rotated.

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13. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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14. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

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15. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

You have to focus on box 1 (top left) and box 2 (top right) andto find the pattern. Apply the logic from the top row for box 3(bottom left) and box 4 (bottom right). Box 1 has a yellow triangle in the center and a green rectangle on the side. In box 2, the triangle is rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise and the rectangle is moved clockwise. The same logic should be used for boxes 3 and 4.

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16. Which of the following images completes the missing part?

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17. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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18. Choose the 3 pieces below that combine to complete the shape above

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19. Which of the figures below can balance the scale?

You have to focus on box 1 (top left) and box 2 (top right) andto find the pattern. Apply the logic from the top row for box 3(bottom left) and box 4 (bottom right). A big star and a little circle are in Box 1. The two figures in box 2 have been resized, with the small figure (the star) now positioned in front. For boxes 3 and 4, the same reasoning should be applied.

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20. Which of the following images completes the missing part?

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