IQ scores range from one to over 200 with the average score being 100, as of 2014. Sixty-eight percent of all IQ scores are within one standard deviation of the average. This means that most people have an IQ score betwe... More »

There are many different interpretations of IQ, but the original scale says that above 140 points indicates genius or near-genius intelligence, 120 to 140 implies very superior intelligence, 110 to 119 is superior intell... More »

The most commonly used IQ rating scale as of 2014, the Stanford-Binet scale, classifies intelligence as ranging from feeble-mindedness to genius. The Wechsler scale and Cattell's scale are two other scales that are usefu... More »

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... More »

An intelligence quotient, or IQ, test measures the ability to learn. The Army General Classification Test, or GCT, was primarily designed to assess recruits for military jobs. Both tests use a numerical score as their fi... More »

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... More »

Free IQ tests are available online from sites such as and IQ stands for Intelligence Quotient, and IQ tests attempt to measure intelligence. They derive from standardized tests and come as a serie... More »