The Woodlands & Spring IQ Testing Services

We make cognitive testing a comfortable process.

Cognitive testing, often referred to simply as IQ testing is also available from the team at Grace Psychological Services. We are happy to offer cognitive testing for children, teens, and adults. We utilize proven testing methods that offer clear and accurate results. Whether you need IQ testing for the purposes of private school admissions, your child’s school Gifted & Talented program, or you would just like to know what your own or your child’s cognitive abilities are, we ensure that the process is a comfortable one. That means anyone can do their very best on testing day.

Who Needs Cognitive Testing?

IQ or Intelligence Quotient is a theoretical construct used by psychologists to describe the intelligence of individuals. Typically, testing results are given in numeric form. More than 95% of IQ scores fall between 70 and 130. Those whose IQ falls above or below these numbers are considered atypical. Some of the reasons people seek IQ testing, include:

Curiosity – some people just want to know what their own or their loved ones’ intellectual capabilities are
School admittance – some private schools require IQ testing as part of their admissions process
Qualifications – school Gifted and Talented programs and programs for adults like MENSA require participants to achieve a certain baseline IQ score in order to gain admittance
Special education – some schools require basic IQ testing as part of assessment to determine whether or not a child should receive special education resources

How is IQ Testing Conducted?

There are a number of standardized and researched cognitive assessment tools that we may utilize. Each test will include questions to assess verbal and performance abilities, including:

Verbal comprehension – the ability to use language to understand and express concepts
Visual spatial reasoning – the ability to recognize visual clues and understand special relationships
Reasoning skills – the ability to apply conceptual knowledge to specific events
Working memory – the ability to learn and remember the necessary information to perform specific tasks
Processing speed – the ability to quickly understand and respond to the information presented

Who Offers IQ testing?

Several members of the Grace Psychological Services team offer cognitive assessments. If you’re interested in learning more about IQ testing options, you’ll want to work with one of the following clinicians:

Dr. Allison Grodzki, PsyD

Dr. Allie Grodzki is a Licensed Psychologist in both Texas (#38916) and Colorado (#5014). She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Neuroscience at North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND where she grew up. She earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and Doctorate of Psychology degree at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Schaumburg, IL. Dr. Grodzki completed her American Psychological Association (APA) accredited pre-doctoral internship at a community mental health center in Denver, Colorado. She comes from a very diverse background of training and work experiences in various settings, including private practice, day programs, residential care, and inpatient hospitals where she has worked with children and adults of all ages.

How do I Get Started?

To schedule an IQ test for yourself or a child, please call our office. We will answer questions and schedule an appointment for you to visit our office for comfortable and stress-free IQ testing. Our goal is to create a testing environment where you can perform to the best of your abilities.


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26010 Oak Ridge Drive, Suite #107
The Woodlands, TX 77380
(281) 815-0899

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