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There have been multiple classifications or tests for IQ, but the common conclusion places the normal or average IQ at 90 to 110. Tests for IQ are sometimes subjective based on the testing criteria and application, but t...

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Most IQ scores fall within 15 points of a median score of 100. A normal distribution of IQ scores around this median means that 86 percent of scores fall within one standard deviation, or between 85 and 115. All but 5 pe...

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Intelligence Quotient, or IQ, is measured through a standardized test called an IQ test, which gives an individual a standardized score that can be compared to the population as a whole. IQ scores usually follow a normal...

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The average IQ for a 14-year-old is 100; however, most tests consider a person with an IQ between 90 and 109 to be of average intelligence. As of 2014, most IQ tests compare the individuals with others in their age group...

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IQ rankings, or Intelligence quotient classification, are scores assigned by IQ test publishers to individuals who have successfully completed sample tests. Such rankings typically consist of numerical scores between 40 ...

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Mensa accepts scores from more than 200 tests, including many IQ tests, to determine qualification for membership; for example, those receiving an IQ score of 132 or higher on the California Test of Mental Maturity, or C...

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Online IQ tests are not reliable and are mainly designed for entertainment and to increase traffic to particular websites. The methods used by online IQ tests vary greatly from actual, scientifically-verifiable IQ tests.

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