The intelligence test and the procedure for its processing (assignment of points for answering questions) are created in such a way that, on average, a person gets 100 points for the test, more precisely 100 +/- 15 points: 100 is the average value (the arithmetic mean of IQ for the sample), and 15 is the standard deviation (roughly speaking, the standard deviation is the spread that exists between the numbers, the arithmetic mean of which is considered, for example, the arithmetic mean of 5 and 6 is equal to the arithmetic mean of 1 and 10, but the spread of these pairs of numbers is different) ...

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Dec 30, 2020

# The intelligence test and the procedure for its processing (assignment of points for answering questions)

The intelligence test and the procedure for its processing (assignment of points for answering questions)

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And by the way, my favorite intelligence tests are

https://iq-global-test.com/which I take once a year. There are already 40 questions and I like to think about which answer is correct among them.