What Is a Normal IQ Range?

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A normal IQ ranges between 90 and 110. IQ stands for Intelligence Quotient and is derived from a standardized intelligence quiz. IQ scores are used as a measure of special needs or educational achievements.
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IQ, or Intelligence Quotient, is derived from one of several standardized tests to assess intelligence. The average score is 100, and the standard deviation is 15. Approximately 95% of the population scores between 70 and 130.
There has been much debate about whether IQ tests are an accurate measure of intelligence, and many argue that it measures only one type of intelligence.
A normal intelligence quotient range would be between 90 and 109, with the average being 100. Anything scored at 130 or above is considered to be of superior intelligence.
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The normal range for an IQ is between 90-109. Most of the people in the world would fall in this range. A genius is anyone with an IQ score over 130.
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