Logical Intelligence Test Questions

1. Observe this series of numbers and indicate the missing number:
2 – 3 – 5 – 8 – 12 – …
2. Check the following set of numbers and choose the missing one:
1 – 4 – 10 – 22 – … – 94 – 190
3. One of the following animals does not fit with the others.
4. Complete the following sentence: the bicycle stands to the frame as the human body stands:
5. If Luke weighs 4 kg more than John and Antony who has 8 kg more than John weighs 78 kg: how much does Luke weigh?
6. If during a race the fourth competitor overtakes you, what position were you in before you were overtaken?
7. If I have 8 oranges, I set aside 3 and eat all but 2: how many oranges do I have left?
8. I am a man. If Jack’s son is the father of my son, who am I to Jack?
9. 1 stands to 1 billion as a grain of sand stands to:
10. If Mary is on my left and I am on Mary’s left, she is facing toward:
11. By anagramming the word Listen you can get an adjective that has to do with:
12. As ACE stands for 135, so HERE stands for…
13. If o=3, t=1, w=0, s=2, x=6, i=0: what’s six divided by two?
14. Match the following nouns by similarity following this logic: BIG-SMALL
15. 32 minutes before 18:00 and equals to:
16. Which letter follows this list:
A, Z, C, Y, E, X, G, W, …
17. Which of the following is not related to the others?
18. If I have 18 balls, I lose half of them and find two-thirds of the lost ones: how many balls do I have left?
19. If air is equal to 1918, muffin is equal to…
20. If Eugene is 5 cm taller than Julie and Charles who is 10 cm taller than Julie measures 180 cm: how tall is Eugene?
21. How does this series of symbols end?
}{ , {} , {{ , ][ , [] , [[ , )( , …
22. How does this series of numbers end?
9, 16, 25, 36, …
23. A contains one liter of water. You pour its contents into B which contains three-fifths of A, then you pour the contents of B into C which contains one-half of A: how much water remains in B?
24. If t=2, x=11, e=13, ac=7: what is 131172?
25. Louie’s height is exactly halfway between that of Margaret and Paul. Margaret is 165 cm tall, while Paul is 10 cm taller than Louie. How tall are Louie and Paul?
26. If the sum of A, B and C is 60, and A is a half of C, while B is a half of C minus A: what are the values of A, B, C, respectively?
27. By anagramming the word PANELS you can obtain two nouns that have to do with:
(select up to two answers)
29. How does this series of symbols continue?
\ , // , \| , { , }} , {| , [ , ]] , …
30. You finish a race in 6th place. Then the 3rd contestant is relegated to 6th place, and the 7th contestant is moved to 5th place. What is your final position?
31. I am short. All short people are nice. Most villains are obnoxious, while no obnoxious ones are short. Can a villain be short?
32. SPIDER stands to 4 + 4 as HORSE + SNAKE stands to:
33. What number do the question marks correspond to?
34. You have to cover a total of 1,000 meters. You travel the first 500 meters, then you move back 300 meters. How many meters do you have left to go?
35. If $16 $6 $14 &2 &2 = T H R E E , T H I N K = $16 $6 &3 $11 $8 , then K N I G H T =

The final score coincides with the sum of the correct answers, except that some questions have more relevance than others. Particularly brain-teasing questions are most likely to affect the final score more than others. The test does not require all questions to be answered, and incomplete ones are counted as incorrect.
Since each question has a specific score, the IQ estimate may be different for the same number of correct answers. For example, a hypothetical Subject A might get an IQ of 100 by answering 20 questions correctly, while an equally hypothetical Subject B might get an IQ of 90 by answering the same number of questions correctly, but these questions have a lower incidence.