0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
I am very strongly inclined to think that IQ tests are a measure of deduction. However, the tests of deduction that are presented in IQ tests have to be limited in their scope because if they are not then it would be impossible to 'score' them.Two questions have never been answered: 1. What is intelligence? 2. What does the IQ test really measure? If you know the answer to those 2 questions, you are far ahead of the Educational system!What seems beyond doubt is that it is possible to train for IQ tests, once one is familiar with the nature of the questions asked: once one knows the nature of the type of questions asked it is relatively easy to learn the techniques required to answer them.