Only people with superior intelligence can solve questions in THIS IQ test – can you work them out?

IF you consider yourself highly intelligent, this quiz was created to confirm or quash your feelings.

The 25-question test was created by US-based quiz enthusiast Michael Rogers for Playbuzz.

And according to the quiz maker, only people with superior intelligence can solve questions in this IQ test.

Rogers claims that this "unique IQ test was designed to test people with superior IQ."

The quiz appears to test your intelligence with comprehensive math questions.

Those with “superior intelligence” should be able to ace all 25 of the questions.

The first question on the test is: "What comes next in the series: 24, 23, 21, 18, 14, —"

And it's up to you to decide what number comes next.

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Do you think you can ace the test? Check it out, here.

At the end of the IQ Test, users can answer the following question: "How much did you like this quiz?"

Out of 457 votes, 41 percent said they "loved it," 41 percent said it was "ok," and 18 percent "didn't like it."

How do IQ tests work?

IQ, which is short of Intelligence Quotient, is a way of measuring a person's intelligence and mental comprehension.

An IQ test can work out exactly what a person's intelligence is, by using a series of mental exercises to measure their mental agility.

The test usually has two parts – verbal and performance – and cannot be faked as you either have the ability to answer the questions or you don't.

However, some argue that IQ tests are not an accurate way of measuring a person's ability and that the test is "fundamentally flawed."

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