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Is an IQ test of 103 out of 43 questions normal for a 17-year-old?
well ia am a 13yr old and my IQ is 115 out of 43 questions!!
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17-Year-Old IQ It is very normal. Don't worry about being different. Answer 113 is actually "high-average". To give you some idea what that means in th…e context of large groups of people with similar IQs, the average college student has an IQ of approximately 115. Roughly half of college students have IQs equal to or higher than 115; roughly half have IQs equal to or lower than 115. If a prediction were to be made based only on IQ, a young woman with an IQ of 113 should be very comfortable with college-level academic studies.
IQ test questions are used to determine ones IQ. Many are growing or trick questions as some ones IQ does not change so the test is not based on memorization of facts.
Not noticeably. IQ is a rating which compares a person's intelligence against the average for their age (or maybe their ethnic type, or gender, or background etc....) … An 'ordinary' person will, by definition, have an IQ of 100 - that is, they get the exact same score in a test as the average person of their age. So, 103 is slightly above normal, but may be within what is known statistically as the 'margin of error' - which means that the actual figure may be within a certain range of the reported value. If that figure of 103 has a margin of error of 2, then the actual figure for your grandson's IQ could be anywhere between 101 and 105. However, it's a good start for an eight-year-old, and a bit of gentle encouragement, and challenging toys and reading material, might well raise that value to something more noteworthy.
100 is average for everybody. Anyone within 10 points of that is considered normal. It's like a percentage. You have just about normal intelligence.
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I think my IQ of 103 is very good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IQ is not dependent on age. Anything over 100 is considered good, 132 (Standford Benet) is Mensa good. However IQ of…ten does not live up to expectations of society. High IQs tend to have more areas of interest making the advantage mostly useless for monetary advantages.
Answer There is no normal IQ and it's generally believed that IQ tests are a poor way to measure intelligence due to cultural biases and other factors. A genera…l range for IQ's is: 140 and over, Genius or near genius. 120-140, Very superior intelligence. 110-120, Superior intelligence. 90-110, Normal. Answer By definition, the average score on any standard IQ test is 100. Any correctly administered IQ test will take into consideration the age of the subject, so "normal" (or average) for anyone of any age would be a score of 100.
It will depend on how accurate the final answer is. More questions will provide a more accurat answer.
100 on the most common, but could be any no.
it means you have an IQ of 103 :) just joking. it means that you are average
It depends what type of test you mean. For instance, to take a Mensa test, you have to be over ten-and-a-half to take the main test. Also, if you are under 16, you must be acc…ompanied by an adult (over 16) for the full duration of the test. I took a Mensa test a few weeks back and I'm 13, so my dad stayed on the premises while I was tested. Unfortunately I didn't get in, but I have an IQ OF 138, which is classed as very superior on the Weschler scale. Then again, my dad took it when he was 27 and got an IQ score of 159. Hope this helps, A.B.Badger
There are many different types of questions asked on an IQ test. Some of these types include math, verbal analogies, patterns, classification, visual, spatial, and logical… questions.
By my standards yes... it is in the range of superior intelligence i believe.
103 is 3 points above the average IQ, which is 100. :D
Given that IQ is considered an inherent quality that maintains the same throughout a persons lifetime, the average IQ for a four-year old is going to be the same as it is for …an adult. Depending on what statistics your observing, the "average" IQ will vary between the late 90's and early 100's. Note: There are many different IQ test (Weschler, Stanford-Binnet, etc.), many of which are far from being praised for their validity.