Mensa scored me at 169. It changes with age I think the formula is your score x 100 divided by your age…so the older you get the lower it goes.
That’s an older system that is no longer used.
And online IQ tests are about as illegitimate as you can possibly get, for people that actually care about this sort of thing.
Does anyone besides me think MENSA is about the gayest thing ever?
I say it doesn`t matter.
The only flagpost I use is the RRQ - Real Results Quotient.
This sorts out real quick the BAWs (Big Asshole Windbags), the KIAs (Know-It-Alls), the WSCs (Woulda-Shoulda-Couldas), the ASNGs (All-Show-No-Gos).
Excuses or untapped potential are not a substitute for reality … although they generally make great bonding stories.[/quote]
As a general rule this is true. However, I’ve met several people who have gotten “real results” in that they are in positions of authority/responsibility who are dumber than dirt. They do okay as long as they follow a routine, but throw a curve at them or take them out of their comfort zone and they’re like a deer in headlights.