Like 230 I think
hehe...I'm a special case
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).
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).
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.
Yes I had 126, my dad and old brother under minded me because theres were higher.
Mine is always 117 when I take it, no matter what my age is. I
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!
If there IQ's were there shoe size they'd have the worst case of developmental disability known to man!
Yes. turns out I'm three and half years old.
I am disadvantaged as I am an Australian
yes I have and scored 162
I took one when I was 15, I scored 125.
yes an average
above average , but not really high.
Yeah, and I got 95! I must be pretty smart, huh? That's nearly full marks!<br />
Seriously, though, the only IQ tests I've taken are online, and they always seem to give crazy high scores around 160-180, and then offer to sell me the certificate, which makes me think that they're deliberately making them way easy in order to make money. People have always told me I'm smart, but I'm not: back in school, my grades were barely average. Those few times in my career that I've really shone, it's because I worked long and hard in order to merely keep up with the people I admire, or because I could rely on my experience, or the skills of others, or I got lucky. No flares of genius here.