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.
IQ classification is the practice by IQ test publishers of labeling IQ score ranges
with category names such as "superior" or "average". There are several ...
IQ Range, Classification. Above 145, Genius or near genius. 130-145, Very
superior. 115-130, Superior. 85-115, Normal. 70-85, Dullness. Below 70,
IQ Basics. IQ normal curve. Graph drawn in Excel using the NORMDIST function.
... IQ Range. Classification. 140 and over, Genius or near genius. 120-140 ...
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
An IQ test score guide to explain the meaning of your IQ score.
Is your iq average? Do you have a genius IQ score? The table below shows an
IQ level chart that gives a clear overview of the IQ score ranges as derived from ...
Information on IQ classifications in educational and psychiatric use and
classifications no longer in use.
Here is the table of IQ reference scores and their meaning. The Intelligence
Quotient reference Chart or table is used to determine the IQ percentile range of
I.Q. ranges and their relevance to real-life functioning, discussed by Paul