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IQ Classification

Post by BooBoo on Fri Mar 11, 2016 6:25 pm

175 and over - Precocious
150–174 - Very superior
125–149 - Superior
115–124 - Very bright
105–114 - Bright
095–104 - Average
85–94 - Dull
75–84 - Borderline
50–74 - Morons
25–49 - Imbeciles
00–24 - Idiots

I think this list should move up or down, in relationship to the amount of beers you drank !
lol!
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Re: IQ Classification

Post by Ria on Sat Mar 12, 2016 9:07 am

Ok, are there some handy test to play with.
When my daughter was being tested for dyslexic they was a whole range of different skill test to go through.

There were some things she scored exceptional high on and others low, after all the test they take an average.

I remember thinking this was limiting as it dose not give the full picture of a person.

If you were exceptional in one part and not another, you could play to your strengths regarding vocation and have extra tuition on your weakness.

If I was an employee if you had this detailing worked out you could pair up workers that could support each other, ones plus could support the others minus and vice versa.
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Re: IQ Classification

Post by BooBoo on Sat Mar 12, 2016 5:00 pm

when I was in the hair force, I played the ink blot game, I never figured it out, they all looked like clouds to me, if I had to play it again, I'm sure they would resemble chemtrail clouds now...lol
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Re: IQ Classification

Post by Monk on Sat Mar 12, 2016 8:21 pm

Some of the most highly developed beings on earth couldnt read or write a single word Ria so I can only agree with your assertion on the limitations! Also welcome to the forum booboo I loved yogi bear as a kid though the survivalist sojourn through Scandinavia taught me a deep respect for all things bear! Cuddly is for cartoons only I reckon!!

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Re: IQ Classification

Post by Tonz on Sat Mar 12, 2016 11:16 pm

I wouldn't mind taking an iQ test . it could be fun.

It would be fun to see how low can I go.

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Re: IQ Classification

Post by Monk on Mon Mar 14, 2016 2:00 pm

Tonz wrote:I wouldn't mind taking an iQ test . it could be fun.

It would be fun to see how low can I go.

Lol Ive never taken one either, Pretty sure I'd get a minus score, especially on the mental arithmetic questions haha still count with my fingers geek

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