Joanie : When I saw your question I called my cousin who is a school teacher and asked her. - IQ tests are rarely given. Maybe around third grade if there has been a difficult or gifted student an IQ test could be given along with a psychological evaluation and what-not and the score is not shared with the students, parents or teachers. The special needs staff just outline a plan to follow. In earlier decades they use to make the scores known and found that the students teachers and even the parents would treat their child differently ( duh ) so they don't do that any more. - When I recently took an accuplacement test for college I was told the score but that's not really an IQ test.
they used to never let us know how we scored.....said the smart ones wouldn't work as hard and the, uhhh, not so smart ones would give up.....kids can be cruel too so not sure if they will....might tell the parent tho ?
They don't allow you to see the results, not at least in my days. If you want to find out what your IQ is, you will have to pay a licensed psychologist to give you an IQ test. It's about $500 in most areas, and takes a good part of the day. You cannot take a real IQ test online, and most of the IQ tests given in schools, if they are given at all, are not very accurate, just a guideline. :)