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By definition, the average IQ is always 100. IQ scores are always adjusted for age to keep the average at 100, but above age 15(?) intelligence remains static till age 55+. The scores are usually arranged in such a way that half the population has scores in the range 90-110, and 75% in the range 85-115. Obviously, it is possible to devise scoring systems that minimize or maximize differences. This is particularly obvious at the extremes: one can arrange the scores so that 96% of the population is in the range 60-140 or one can spread the same people over the range 50-150, for example.
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The average IQ of anyone at any age is around 100. Genius, 144, 0.13% Gifted, 130 - 144, 2.14% Above Average, 115 - 129, 13.59% Higher Average, 100 - 114, 34.13% Low…er Average, 85 - 99, 34.13% Below Average, 70 - 84, 13.58% Borderline Low, 55 - 69, 2.14% Low,
IQ, intelligence quotient, relates chronological age to mental age. As such it tends not to change very much over time. An 19-year-old girl is going to have about the same IQ …as she had when she was 18. For any age, the average is the average. An average IQ is an IQ of 100.
The average IQ for an eight year old is around 100, for both girls and boys.
IQ has nothing to do with age. An average IQ is around 100, no matter what age a person is.
Average is 100. IQ is a standardized measurement. Although there are a number of different tests with different scales of measurement, they can all be converted to the same sc…ale and are thus comparable. With that being said, an internet IQ test is not comparable.
Probably around 100. IQ is calculated relative to age, therefore, as one grows older his/her IQ doesn't necessarily increase.
IQ is not dependent on age. Anything over 100 is considered good, 132 (Standford Benet) is Mensa good. However IQ often does not live up to expectations of society. High IQs t…end to have more areas of interest making the advantage mostly useless for monetary advantages. Contrary to popular opinion, unless the individual only has an interest in a narrow field of study he will be happier in a profession that requires a diverse skill set.
100 is baseline average for IQ, age does not matter.
Anything above 100 would point to a higher than average IQ. An IQ of 100 demonstrates the ability to function at age level.
The average IQ, by definition, is 100. A proper test will account for age accordingly.
ideally, an average IQ should be 100 world wide. Your IQ is your mental age (the average age of someone who possesses your intellect) divided by your physical age (your actual… age in years) multiplied by 100. Now if you are 13 and you have the intelligence of an average 13 year old, then the maths is 100(13/13) Which is 13 (mental age) divided by 13 (physical age) multiplied by 100. if your mental age and physical age are the same then your IQ will be 100 because a number divided by the exact same number is equal to 1 (except 0) and 1 x 100 is equal to 100. If your physical age is higher than your mental age then the number you will multiply by 100 will be less that 1. for example if a 13 year old had a mental age of 10 then their IQ would be 10/13 x100. Now a mental age is the average age associated with a score on an IQ test. If she had the score of an average 10 year old, her mental age would be 10. When i was 10 i was said to have an IQ of 160. This is because my test score was that of a 16 year old. 16/10 x 100 is 160. Age does not determine your IQ. Your intellect at a certain age compared to the intellect of others who are the same age determines it. our IQ can change. If you were to get a score when you were 10 then you were to get the same score when you were 11, your IQ would have been higher when you were 10. The more your mental age is larger than your physical age, the smarter you are. The smaller your mental age is than your physical age. The stupider you are. A baby can have a higher IQ than an adult. But the adult can still know 10000 times more than the baby. I hope this explains how the IQ system works.
At least according to theory, the average IQ is 100, no matter the gender or age of a person. That said, it is a complicated topic and there are many ways to look at it. An im…portant basic concept is that IQ theoretically does not change over the lifetime of an individual, assuming normal development and no unusual events/traumas during life that affect intellectual processes. If it is properly measured, you would not expect IQ to go up or down significantly for a given individual over the course of the individual's lifetime.
100, the absolute average IQ; theoretically a person's IQ doesn't change due to education, although it might appear to be higher than it actually is.
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If you're taking an age-specific IQ test, it should be 100. If it is generic, you will probably score a little lower
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