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I don't know but probably in the average range. But to be honest I loose interest in them cause they're so boring. And they're really like mathematical stuff. Is that really linked to intelligence as such? Is a person who's great in maths and physics good at communication, understanding the world and seeing opportunites for success? It just measures one part of us. So I can understand why it's about "intelligence" but intelligence is not that one sided. <br />
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"Intelligence has been defined in many different ways such as in terms of one's capacity for logic, abstract thought, understanding, self-awareness, communication, learning, emotional knowledge, memory, planning, and problem solving."

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Like 230 I think

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Didn't know they made em that high...lol

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hehe...I'm a special case

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OMFG, you're Terrence Tao!? When did you get a sex change?
For reference, Stephen Hawking has an IQ of 160; Einstein 160-190 (est); Garry Kasparov 194; Marilyn Vos Savant (Guinness Record holder highest female IQ) 190-228; Terence Tao 230 (Highest living IQ, though sources differ); William James Sidis 250 (highest historical, possibly fraudulent).

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125

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140

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I took one as an adolescent after yrs. of child abuse. Then another as an adult for a friend going to school to be a psychologists, whom are most frequently the people who give them. I scored a 137 as a child and a 149 as an adult. I started college at 16 and skipped 8th grade though. It's not quite the average I.Q. results. I don't think they're that important anyway...it doesn't measure what one is CAPABLE of learning only what one already knows or can figure out (puzzles word & actual shapes).

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Actually 149 is way above the average range...not bragging just responding to the below response. That's how I was able to go from 7th grade to high school, take high school classes in 7th grade, and start college at 16. I'm currently degreed in 4 areas. I 've just seen many do poorly on these tests, but it was simply because they hadn't had the wonderful educational opportunities many do, not because of an inability to learn.

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Yes<br />
147

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yes, 145

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Yes I had 126, my dad and old brother under minded me because theres were higher.

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Mine is always 117 when I take it, no matter what my age is. I

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A guy once mentioned about people's IQ's being their shoe sizes.

Oh & please pardon this new stupid phone I just got. So many typos. LOL!

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If there IQ's were there shoe size they'd have the worst case of developmental disability known to man!

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LOL!

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I have taken some "unofficial" tests and usually score in the 150-165 range.

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Yes. turns out I'm three and half years old.

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lol

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hehe

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I am disadvantaged as I am an Australian

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yes I have and scored 162

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147

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142

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130

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I took one when I was 15, I scored 125.

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yes an average

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So many with what is considered a "superior" score!! Well done. I just took several tests and averaged 130, so I am happy!

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lol...oh yes......you are a keeper buddy...lol

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above average , but not really high.

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