The KIQT+

developed especially for 5 to 10 year old
(highly) gifted children

The KIQT+, or Kinder IQ Test + (Children's IQ Test Plus), is made for presumebly (highly) gifted children 5 to 10 years old (up to the day before their 11th Birthday). The range of this test is an IQ of 105-170 and it's highest reliability lies well within the highly gifted range, while other tests' highest reliabilities lie mostly within the average range (IQ 85-115).

And, not unimportantly: the KIQT+ is a lot of fun to take!

What makes the KIQT+ different from other intelligence tests:

  • Reliable measure of intelligence (g) up to an IQ of 170.
  • A good fit for children from all cultural backgrounds, including non-native speakers.
  • Well suited for children with AD(H)D, ASS, hearing difficulties, colorblindness, dyslexia and dyscalculia, or children who deal with fear of failure, perfectionism or difficulties with time pressured assignments.
  • Takes into account that gifted children are prone to more complex thinking.
  • Less emphasis on abilities that are more dependant on upbringing and cultural background, like vocabulary or common knowledge.

Would you like to know more about the development and (scientific) background of the KIQT+? Please read our whitepaper. It is written in such a way that a scientific and/or testing background is not necessary to read and understand it.  

The norming process of the KIQT+ is completed, as a result of which we now know for sure that we have developed a high-quality, reliable and appropriate test. The KIQT+ is for sale via this website (currently only within the Netherlands and Belgium).

Are you looking for a psychologist for intelligence testing with the KIQT+? Check out this map that shows which practices work with the KIQT+.

Tekening van een persoon die met een lineaal een Giraf probeert te meten

Because you wouldn't measure a giraffe with a standard ruler either

Quote by Susan Jackson: We can't measure a three-foot organism with a one-foot ruler.