IQ tests are weighted so that the average of the population will be 100. But, most IQ tests are meant for adults so you can add 10 points to your score if you are still in high school, 20 or middle school and 30 for elementary school, approx. So, that would mean that in the range from 0-200 (0= a rock, 200= the smartest person in the world) your logical thinking skills are better than about 67.5% of the population. Congrats! :)
It depends on what you value. The advantage humans have over all of the other animals is our intellect. We can imagine and create complex objects. If you value intellect then an IQ of 125 is very good. You are definitely capable of getting an 'A' grade in just about any undergraduate college course. If on the other hand, you value popularity, good looks and want to be a "rock star", an IQ of 125 will probably be a deterrent, since shallow people tend to not be quite that bright. Also, IQ has nothing to do with age. Your IQ would be the same no matter how old you were.
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