Intelligence-test



noun, Psychology.
1.
any of various tests, as the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale or the Stanford-Binet test, designed to measure the intellectual capacity of a person.
noun
1.
any of a number of tests designed to measure a person’s mental skills See also Binet-Simon scale

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