What age is A score and six?
26...a score = twenty (as in "...four score & seven years ago..." means 87 years)
not sure about the bible, but a score=20, therefore six score=120
A score is 20. Six score is 120 Six score thousand is 120,000
"Score" is an old English term meaning "twenty." Assuming the first "six" means "six hundred," then "six hundred three score and six" means "six hundred sixty-six," or 666.
a "score" is 20 years so a six letter word for four score would be: Eighty
IQ score is age-adjusted so your age should be irrelevant. An average person is expected to score 100.
your mental age (the age group that's average score is closest to yours in an IQ test) divided by you physical age multiplied by 100
A score is a unit equal to 20. Therefore, three score and six is equal to 3 x 20 = 60 + 6 = 66.
credit score is not based on age but how you handle your credit....handling your credit well and your score goes up.....handle your credit bad, as in having a lot of debt and not paying on time brings your score down.
A score is equal to 20 years.
No, but your credit history accounts for about 15% of your credit score.
Grace got the score in bop it 289 at age 9
An IQ score of 68 can be obtained by an individual of any age. There is no direct corralation between IQ score chronological age.
Herb Score died on November 11, 2008 at the age of 75.
IQ = mental age / chronological age x 100
Short answer is 90-110. Your score is an IQ score that is based on age, education level and others with similar demographics. 100 is roughly average for people with your level of education and age.
The average score is 100, age is irrelevant.
Herb Score died on November 11, 2008 at the age of 75.
To score six runs, a batsmen must hit the ball over the boundary rope without it coming into contact with the ground. However, it is possible to score six runs if you hit the ball, run for two, and then the ball is overthrown to the boundary for four more runs. It is also possible to score a six by running three, then the ball being overthrown and then running three more or running six… Read More
A 'score' is twenty.... so four score is eighty.
145 is a good score for any age. (IQ is not based on age) The average IQ is 100 anything over 140 is considered genius.
The average score for any age is 80-120. The test is actually meant to see how you measure up against others of your age group. That being said, a score described as "superior" is 129 and up.
For children under the age of 18, all a parent has to do is ask to see the score.
There's no connection between age and IQ.
No. IQ is graded according to one's age and an 'average' person will have an !Q of 100..... this means that they score 100% of what their age would score.
Thirty six is the highest score a person can get on the ACT. A general rule is that any score that is above fifteen is a good score.
120 is a good IQ score for any age. It means you are above average - the average is supposed to be 100 for any age group.
A Standard Score of 119 on a cognitive test is above average. It's description is not age-dependent (a 119 is above average at any age).
IQ is defined as the fraction: Mental age/Natural age, multiplied by 100.
127 is a good IQ score for any age.
The average credit score is charted showing the relationship between age and the average credit scores. Younger people have lower credit scores than older people.
Is 145 a good IQ score for a 13 year old also is 122 a good IQ score for a 10 year old is 114 another good score for a 9 year old is 111 a good score for a 12 year old are these all good scores?
From what I remember learning at school... IQ follows the natural curve. That means given the average score and the standard deviation we can begin to define what a good score is. The average for IQ tests, by design is 100. So, right off the bat we see that every score is above average, and therefore they are all good scores, relative to the mean. It doesn't matter what age you are, your score can… Read More
IQ tests are standardized so that the average score for any age is 100. This is because the formula for an IQ is (mental age)/(actual age) *100. If a person can think as well as their age group, their IQ will be 1*100=100. So at any age, 100 is average.
um, you realize that the average IQ score is the same regardless of age right? the test was made so that an average 18, 19, or whatever age person would score a hundred. the average for a 5 year old would be 100, and the score would still be 100 for a 90 year old.
The average IQ score for a 12 year old is 100. Then again, the average IQ score for all age groups are 100, by definition.
its above average but age has nothing to do with it as it is taken into consideration as u age u should still be getting the same score unless you improve or unimprove!
Chris Chike who is age 16, holds the highest Guitar Hero score. He accomplished this in 2008.
No, the average IQ score, regardless of age is from 90 to 109.
IQ's are measured as a ratio between your score on the test versus the score of other people your age on that test. This means that any score over 100 would be above average.
An IQ score of 108 is slightly above average. It is pretty good regardless of age.
Average score is not age dependent. The average score is 100, with about 69% falling between 85 and 115.
The final score was the New York Yankees - 7 and the Philadelphia Phillies - 3.
IQ is scaled according to one's age. It is calculated to be representative of how the person scored, compared to the average score for their age. So, an average person (of whatever age) should score 200. Any difference from that - say 10 points above or below - is notable.
Nope - the odds of throwing a six with a single dice - 6:1. For 600 throws with an evenly balanced dice, you should only score a six an average of 100 times.
Shahid Afridi of Pakistan
By definition, the "average" IQ score for children or for adults is 100. This was originally calculated for children by dividing the "mental age" of an individual's performance (derived from the average performance for that age) by the individual's chronological age, and then multiplying the quotient by 100. Now the performance of any individual is simply compared with norms of performance for the individual's chronological age.
IQ scores are normalized by age, thus theoretically if you got an IQ score of xyz you should always get an IQ score of xyz throughout your life whenever tested. In actual practice deviations in score of about ±5 points are not considered statistically significant. However remember that the only thing an IQ score has ever been shown to consistently predict both reliably and accurately is the ability to score high on IQ tests. Any… Read More
Yes, that score is above average. Age is not a relevant factor in comparisons. IQ scores are normalized by age, thus theoretically if you got an IQ score of 138 you should always get an IQ score of 138 throughout your life whenever tested. In actual practice deviations in score of about ±5 points are not considered statistically significant. However remember that the only thing an IQ score has ever been shown to consistently predict… Read More
Jerry Rice age 42
Tiger was 3 years old when he won his first formal competition, but the score is not known.
An IQ score is usually adjusted for age. Have a look at Mensa web page for good data.