i did the mensa test a couple of times and got my lowest at 112 and max at 132. im not sure how accurate this test is but anyways... imo iq doesnt really matter. what matters is what you do with your life and use your full potential.
there are so many people that "have high iq" or whatever that learn stuff faster and easier than some, but those people waste their potential to learn stuff easily. they just chill and dont tryhard and that makes them look more stupid than the people with "low iq" that tryhard and actually reach something in their lives.
153 in Mensa's online test (depends on the spread - that was with the option that gave the highest number), and I think I got 138 or something in the official test. Under 1% of DK the diploma says. I only paid the Mensa membership for one year, for job interview ;-)
i doubt that. If they actually tested all the retards which make up like 50% of polish society, an average polak would have 60iq. The thing is that they probably dont even know what iq or even test is.
I actually reconsidered my answer. I currently live in Norway, and i think that i've met equally dumb people in both Poland and Norway. Maybe there are more in Poland cuz of poverty and social deprivations.
99 is average in Poland, lowest average iq be on Canada 97, highest have Hong Kong 107, that informations be from 2017. Remember, society is always stupid and your opinion is not meaningful cuz you can just surround yourself in a stupid society.
I really do not know how to answer this. I think it does not change too big, because after all, it's a certain line of thought that does not change quickly (a year or two) and is supposed to stay for long periods of time. Even if there are changes - only small numbers.
Nothing in range of 110-150 would surprise me, I just really can't tell if I'm intelligent or I have just personality traits that make me look and feel very similar to being intelligent (open mindedness etc)