1. Request a date and time for IQ testing from the calendar below. Please book only one appointment for each child. Double booked appointments will not be confirmed.​ If you have questions about scheduling, please email me and we can figure out the date that is best for you.

2. Within an hour, you will receive an email from BookedIN, noting your request has been received.

3. Within 24 hours you’ll receive a welcome email, directing you to confirm your appointment. At that time, you will also be asked to make a payment. The payment will be refunded in full if you cancel the appointment, via email, at least 48 business day hours before it is scheduled. Please note: Your appointment is not confirmed until this step is complete.

4. You’ll receive a confirmation email from BookedIN. That’s it! I look forward to meeting you soon.


How do the The WISC-V and the WPPSI-IV measure IQ?

​​An IQ score is derived from a child’s performance on different subtests that measure various cognitive and intellectual capacities, such as language, mathematical ability, reasoning skills, efficiency, and perceptual-motor abilities.

How long does testing take?

Testing takes between 45 and 75 minutes, depending on the age of the child and his or her abilities.

Do you schedule appointments on weekends? Can you come to my home?

Appointments take place at Dr. Chidekel’s office and can be scheduled Monday through Friday, from 7am to 6pm. The cost of IQ testing is $500, which includes the report. Results are available within three working days.

How do I prepare my child for the test?

The capacities that contribute to IQ are natural to the child. IQ tests measure relatively little content. And gifted children naturally acquire that content as a function of the curiosity and capacity to make connections that are a part of being gifted. The only preparation for an IQ test is a good night’s sleep and breakfast (or lunch).

Can my child practice to get a higher score?

No, there is nothing to practice.

What do I tell my child about the appointment?

Tell your child that we will be sitting at a desk and doing some interesting activities that will challenge his or her brain in different ways. Most children – particularly bright children – enjoy the testing process.

Can I be in the room when you test?

No, the ways the tests are designed, the results will not be valid if you are present.

What if my child is nervous?

When you arrive, I will greet you and bring you and your child into the consultation room. What nerves the child may have had before arriving usually diminish quickly. The waiting room and consultation room are next to each other.