|IQ of 155|
Why is everybody so worried about IQ? Tested intellectual ability is extremely important to deciding one’s benefits for going to a college. Things being what they are, if a person has an IQ of 95, another has an IQ of 155 and both apply to medical school, you need the 155 person. Isn’t it?
But IQ is not fixed and many people erroneously think it is – your brain resembles a muscle that decays if it isn’t utilized. Remember that Jean Lamarck’s evolutionary theory of use and disuse?
Just like that, IQ can go up or down, contingent on the degree to which one is being tested to learn and ace new ideas and thoughts.
IQ is only a metric to appraise your learning potential, not really intelligence. Also, schools and others will judge you more on genuine accomplishments as opposed a figure. This is what makes aptitude test and interviews necessarily as part of selection criteria – since IQ tests could be flawed.
Scored 155 in an IQ test, now what?
Nothing. Unless your IQ would make you hundreds of thousands and millions of billions of $ $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$, it doesn’t matter whether you scored an IQ score of 155+ if you simply can’t make your life work.
If your high IQ has provided Ferrari or Bentley for you, that’s good for you, continue to find means of boosting your IQ and acing IQ tests severally. Otherwise, you would be wasting your time.
Focus on creativity, make remarkable impacts. Do what others haven’t done, or do differently what few others are doing. Only in this way would people reckon with your IQ of 155.