As you can expect, there are some tests and evaluations out there that are free, but it usually costs something to get the scores.
There are a lot of brain games sites, puzzles, suduko, ect. which offer some freebies, but they are some of the tools recommended for use in a brain fitness program, and a game assessment will only show me my level of expertise in the puzzle or suduko style I am being shown.
That being said, I recommend the assessments at these links. Again, these are the sites that I am aware of that can offer training to the brain in the correct way to impact cognitive functioning that can be measured.
While I may improve my score at a game, it is difficult to extrapolate from an improved score to better fluid intelligence, at least scientifically.
Sharp Brains is a treasure trove of information about the emerging field of brain fitness. The author is positioning himself as a leading consultant on the field, so I am sure he is motivated to stay up to date, and impartial. There is an assessment and quiz page for you to do on your own.
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