February 25, 2016
The fifth edition of the Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children® (WISC®-V) is the latest version of one of the most widely used intelligence tests for children. If your child needs to take this test soon, you'll want to take a look at these practice questions.
1. Which one of the numbered boxes goes in the box with the question mark?
2. The shape below is a completed puzzle. Which three shapes go together to make this puzzle?
3. Which one of these (point to the answer choices) weighs the same as this (point to the right side of the scale with the question mark)?
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1) This is a serial matrix reasoning question. The correct answer is 1. Each set of squares is rotated counterclockwise.
2) This is a "visual puzzle." The correct answer is 2, 4, 6.
3) This type of question is called "figure weights." On the left side of first scale we see 2 orange rectangles + 2 yellow circles + 1 blue triangle are equal in weight to 1 orange rectangle + 1 yellow circle + 1 blue square. When we use the process of cancellation to "cancel out" identical shapes on the left and right sides of the first scale, we can deduce that 1 blue square = 1 blue triangle + 1 orange rectangle + 1 yellow circle. Therefore looking at the second scale we can deduce that 1 orange rectangle + 1 blue square = 1 orange rectangle + 1 blue triangle + 1 orange rectangle + 1 yellow circle. So the answer is #4.
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