The average IQ for anyone is 100. It forms a bell-shaped curve. Stand deviation is 70-130 I think, but don't quote me on that. IQs are adjusted for age. There is no such thing as a perfect IQ test. But lets pretend there is one. If you took this ideal IQ test at any point in your life, you would get the exact same score every time unless you developed some type of mental illness. There would be no highest or lowest possible score. Of course this impossible with a finite number of questions, because you could get them all right. Actual IQ tests tend to increase slightly with every year spent as a student, and then decrease very gradually after you finish your education. This shows that you are learning something in your education that is giving you an advantage on the IQ test. An ideal IQ test is impossible to prepare or study for and learning new things shouldn't effect it.
The average IQ for an adult is anywhere from 90 to 115. Just to give some figures the average IQ for one that has a mental disibility ranges from 30 to 50 and the IQ for one that is a genius is 140 and higher. You can find complete information about IQ by going on best-iq-test (dot) com and then click on IQ. You will find average scores
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