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GERONIMO, MICHAEL EDISON B.

P3B

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Each form can be administered
individually or with combination of
the other form. When it is
administered individually, it is called
short intelligence test. However,
when the both forms of a scale are
combined, it is called a full scale test.
Each form is comprised of four
subtests: series, classifications,
matrices and conditions. Each subtest
is preceded by several practice
questions. You are offered a booklet
of eight-pages of multiple choice
questionnaires.
Each form is comprised of four
subtests: series, classifications,
matrices and conditions. Each subtest
is preceded by several practice
questions. You are offered a booklet
of eight-pages of multiple choice
questionnaires.
Standardization of Culture
Fair Intelligence Test
The developers of the culture fair test took considerably large samples
of the population to standardize the results.
The standardized group for the scale 2 was comprised of 4328 people
including males and females. The developers included population not only
from various regions of the United States but also from the Great Britain.
The standardized group for the scale 3 of the culture fair intelligence test was
comprised of 3140 people. This sample included students from the American
High Schools and young adults from all over the America.
However, critics reject the standardization of the culture fair
intelligence test on solid grounds. They rightly claim that the sample was not
fully representative. The standardization process has not even described
percentages of women, African American, Americans and other sections of
the population. Thus the whole process of standardization is faulty and
misleading.
GERONIMO, MICHAEL EDISON B.
P3B


CULTURE FAIR INTELLIGENCE Test


Created by Raymond B. Cattell
PURPOSE:
Before biological maturity individual differences between INITIAL INTELLIGENCE(gc)
and NEW SITUATION(gf) will be mainly a function of differences in cultural opportunity
and interest. Among adults, however these discrepancies will also reflect differences in
age because the gap between gc and gf will tend to increase with experience which raises
gc (whereas it has been shown that with increase in age some decay of gf occurs).
PROCEDURE:
The Triple Nine Society is a high IQ society that uses
the CFIT-III as one of their tests for admission. A
combined score of 85 on forms A and B is required
for admission.
VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY
The testing and retesting of
the scales 2 and 3 in the alternative
forms have proven that the culture
fair IQ test is consistently reliable.
Dozens of the studies prove that
full culture fair IQ test is reliable
up to .80s.
The validity of the culture
test has also been established. Its
scores correlate in mid .80 with the
general factor of intelligence and
show consistently strong
relationship with other mainstream
intelligence tests such as WAIS,
WISC, Raven Progressive
Matrices, Stanford-Binet, Otis and
General Aptitude Test Battery.
DIFFENT SCALE:
The culture fair intelligence test has gone through
many revisions since its inception. The latest revision
was made in 1961 and since then very smart and minor
changes have been introduced. Currently you can find
three scales of the culture fair IQ test.
The first scale of the culture fair test is used for
children (4-8 years) and the people of mental
retardation. This scale is not important for your career
building efforts.
However, the scales 2 and 3 are used for screening
purposes at job and college admission situations. So,
the remaining part of this page shall focus upon the
common features of these two scales of the culture fair
intelligence test.