Test scores are merely estimates and even the best planned and approved tests remain estimates. Their outcomes, according to established test hypothesis, contained in genuine score part—ideally a considerable one—additionally might not be accurate enough.
The point is, an IQ score is not an absolute unwavering truth of intelligence, it is an estimate. An estimate in this regard would mean nothing but a figure that can predict something about intelligence minus social intelligence (unless Emotional Quotient is sought instead of Intelligence Quotient)
So I am truly saying that if a psychologist revealed to you, your IQ score as an (ideally) three digit number like 198, they have (as I would see it) an awkward comprehension of what they are doing. You ought to be careful about confiding in ineptitude. Funny, but that’s the truth.
Even if you got your IQ score from a reliable psychologist and a reliable test, chances are that some aspects of the test would be flawed. These could be your emotional state influencing the testing.
Factors affecting IQ
The following factors usually combine to influence your IQ level:
☆ Biological endowment (Gene and nervous system)
☆ Environment (Location, availability of enriching stimuli e.g water, nutrition, electricity etc.).
☆ Personality trait (Openness to experience extroversion, introversion etc).