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Is an IQ test of 103 out of 43 questions normal for a 17-year-old?


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2015-07-16 18:07:40
2015-07-16 18:07:40

well ia am a 13yr old and my IQ is 115 out of 43 questions!!


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No it is not a bad score. It is perfectly normal and average.

it means you have an IQ of 103 :) just joking. it means that you are average

The normal body temperature of a calf is around 103ºF.

Normal body temperature for a dog is 103.

A blood pressure of 130 over 103 is not normal. Talk with your health care provider about your plan of care.

this is what i found 103-105 F

103 is 3 points above the average IQ, which is 100. :D

#103- John Nicolas Olitin

103 is slightly above average by 3 points so the answer is yes:-) :-)

Normal body temperature is between 101 and 103 degrees Fahrenheit (38.3 and 39.4 degrees Celsius).

Normal body temperature is around 101.5 to 103 degrees Fahrenheit.

The normal temperature of a goat is 101.5-103 If the temperature happens to get above 104 or below 100 then you need to consult with a veterinarian.

For an adult, 100-110 over around 80 is normal.

no it's not ok because 186 over 103 is considered high blood pressure

30 percent off 103 dollars = $72.130% off of $103= 30% discount applied to $103= $103 - (30% * $103)= $103 - (0.30 * $103)= $103 - 30.9= $72.1

It is 5.033*103.It is 5.033*103.It is 5.033*103.It is 5.033*103.

103 is prime, the rest have all been answered individually in other questions. If I answer them all here again, no one else will be able to find them.

yes im that age and weigh that much and im absolutely normal

The normal body temperature of a cock, also known as a rooster, is between 103 and 107 degrees Fahrenheit. It varies based on the breed of rooster.

103 is a prime number.


70% of 103= 70% * 103= 0.7 * 103= 72.1

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