Kids prepare for IQ tests, with the help of their parents, by practicing specific schools of thought, such as verbal, mathematical, spatial, visualization, classification, logic and pattern recognition. They also prepare physically and psychologically by living healthy and getting enough sleep prior to the test.
Kids prepare differently for IQ tests compared to how they prepare for normal exams. Preparation for IQ tests should start during infancy as the parent tests the child’s ability to solve puzzles, build blocks and solve riddles.
The best way a child can prepare for an IQ test is through entertainment. This involves baby videos that aim at stimulating the intellect, toys, computer software and certain television programs.
Children prepare for IQ tests from a psychological perspective by talking to their parents about the test, which helps to boost self-confidence. They approach the test in a fun way so that they are not tense about it, as it helps them relax and be at their best mental and psychological state. Getting rid of anxiety is paramount, as it may interfere with the performance. Children may prefer to take the IQ test early in the morning when they are fresh, motivated, engaged, focused and emotionally stable.