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 IQTest.com and IQ-Test.org. IQ stands for Intelligence Quotient, and IQ tests attempt to measure intelligence. They derive from standardized tests and come as a serie... More »