Friday, 23 January 2009

Re-assessment (IQ)

IQ 1 to 12 scales
My IQ of 122 registers 8 on Thinking on this scale
http://www.geocities.com/rnseitz/Definition_of_IQ.html

50 to 60 ~1%? 1.5% below 60 3rd-Grade to 6th-grade Very simple tasks, close supervision.
60 to 74 3.5%? 5% below 74 6th-Grade to 8th-Grade "Slow, simple, supervised."
74 to 89 20% 25% below 89 8th-Grade to 12th-Grade Assembler, food service, nurse's aide
89 to 100 25% 50% below 100 8th-Grade to 1-2 years of College. Clerk, teller, Walmart
100 to 111 50% 1 in 2 above 100 12th-Grade to College Degree Police officer, machinist, sales 111 to 120 15% 1 in 4 above 111 College to Master's Level Manager, teacher, accountant
120 to 125 5% 11 in 10 above 120 College to Non-Technical Ph. D.'s. Manager, professor, accountant
125 to 132 3% 1 in 20 above 125 Any Ph. D. at 3rd-Tier Schools Attorney, editor, executive.
132 to 137 1% 1 in 50 above 132 No limitations. Eminent professor, editor
137 to 150 0.9% 1 in 100 above 137 No limitations. Leading math, physics professor
150 to 160 0.1% 1 in 1,100 above 150 No limitations Lincoln, Copernicus, Jefferson

Paragon Test

Introvert 8
Intuitive 10
Thinker 7
Perception 11
Scale 1-12

1 comment:

Glaucus said...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/3/34/Two_Curve_Bell_with_Jobs.jpg/440px-

on Wikipedia

shows an IQ of about 122+ is necessary to have the initiative to gather your own information about the world.