Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Aug 14, 2014.
IQ tests of someone that age may not hold up as they get older. Mine sure didn't.
From the web...
"Children take a different IQ test than adults: the Wechsler Children's Intelligence Test vs. Wechsler Adult Intelligence Test. The Stanford-Binet for children (an older test) may also be administered in lieu thereof"
Legit IQ tests factor bias for age and pretty much hold up, at least that is what I keep telling myself. Beat that UK fag by 1 point!
Edit: hopefully the UK has our equivalent of Thomas Sowell or Allen West.
11yo have been known to cheat on tests, puberty is the devil...
Probably stole it.
And dont forget... they use the Celsius scale over there. So that kid is like way fuckin smart.
he used one of those Applications to take a IQ test on Facebook where everyone gets at least a 130
WHY he gotta be a black boy and not just a BOY?!
RACIALIST MAN RACIALIST
2:10 thats what you made me think of
Yo, I is.
And they think we have funny accents
who me? i'm puerto rican, honey.
My son is 9, he was tested because he wasn't connecting with school but they could see there was something more then him not understanding. He was given youth tests and scored off the charts, so he was given teen tests for 16/17 year old's and scored 141. So he's allowed to stay in his 4th grade class but his curriculum has been adjusted to him and once a week I drive him to a school in the city for a half a day so he can be with other "gifted" children, so a teacher can really challenge them. In fact, that started yesterday and he really loved it.
True story: when I was a kid, I had an IQ so high that I was tracked and tested for years. I had to take special Johns Hopkins tests routinely. I took the SAT's in 4th grade and again in 8th grade.
Then I got stupid and I've been coasting ever since.
My father is a demented genius who cannot properly interact with normal people, and I'm stocked up with his DNA and slightly better social skills.
And 162 isn't THAT high. I'm sure I know three people who approach a 160IQ. I know one for certain.
Shoot, I have three or four people in my family over 140.
My wife and I were talking about how our son wound up a little smarter then average, so we looked at our families. My wife is a lawyer with two separate law degrees, she's a classically trained pianist and currently plays cello in an orchestra. Her dad's father was a professor, her dad and his sister are both professors. Her late mom was a professor (that's how her mom met her dad) The mom's oldest brother is a doctor, and younger brother is an expert piano player and scholar and writes and reviews pianos for magazines and auction houses. I don't have a clue what I am because I've never been tested, but I was a decent student and excelled in a few areas. And my dad was also a professor. So I guess it does run in some families??
Ya. The high iq cluster found on the Dawgshed Howard Stern forum would make MENSA blush
let's see how he scores on the wonderlic test.
Actually there are plenty of smart people around here. I don't see too many when I accidentally visit The Bar, but in the HS forum you have plenty of smarties.
I think it's due to the humor, actually.