How to norm a High Range IQ Test

How to norm a High Range I.Q. Test

High Range I.Q. Tests are IQ tests that try to measure intelligence quotients beyond the 99.9% percentile or 149 sd16, I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.)

IQ scores are calculated based on a norm group with an average score of 100 and a standard deviation of 16. The standard deviation is a measure of spread, in this case of IQ scores.

To measure intelligence quotients beyond the 99.9% percentile or 149 sd16, I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.) the size of the norm group must be bigger than one thousand since IQs beyond this point are expected to be detected.

Since the purpose of High Range IQ Tests is to detect intelligence quotients beyond the 99.9999% percentile 176 sd16, I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.) the size of the norm group must be one hundred thousand or bigger.

Using the Base X Distribution,
the Stanford-Binet Scale, the Base X I.Q. Scale and reasoning quotient and theoretical sample size of hundred thousand this is to calculate the accuracy and validity of High Range Tests norms.

N=100,000

Percentile
90%ile
One among Ten of the unselected population
1/10
Standard deviation above the mean
1.282
I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.)
121

Above average intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/10)
0.1

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score
10%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in this sample size
10,000

Validity and accuracy of a high range test norm with this sample size
100%

Percentile
99%ile
One among One Hundred of the unselected population
1/100
Standard deviation above the mean
2.327
I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.)
137

Gifted

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/9)
0.111111111111111

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score
1%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in this sample size
1,000

Validity and accuracy of a high range test norm with this sample size
100%

Percentile
99.9%ile
One among Thousand of the unselected population
1/1,000
Standard deviation above the mean
3.091
I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.)
149

Intelligent

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/8)
0.125

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score
0.1%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in this sample size
100

Validity and accuracy of a high range test norm with this sample size
100%

Percentile
99.99%ile
One among One Thousand of the unselected population
1/10,000
Standard deviation above the mean
3.719
I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.)
160

High intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/7)
0.142857142857143

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score
0.01%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in this sample size
10

Validity and accuracy of a high range test norm with this sample size
100%

Percentile
99.999%ile
One among Hundred Thousand of the unselected population
1/100,000
Standard deviation above the mean
4.265
I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.)
168

Very high intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/6)
0.166666666666667

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score
0.001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in this sample size
1

Validity and accuracy of a high range test norm with this sample size
100%

End Of The Bell Curve

Percentile
99.9999%ile
One among One Million of the unselected population
1/1,000,000
Standard deviation above the mean
4.75
I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.)
176

Pervasive intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/5)
0.2

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score
0.0001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in this sample size
0

Validity and accuracy of a high range test norm with this sample size
90%

Percentile
99.99999%ile
One among Ten Millions of the unselected population
1/10,000,000
Standard deviation above the mean
5.1875
I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.)
183

High pervasive intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/4)
0.25

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score
0.00001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in this sample size
0

Validity and accuracy of a high range test norm with this sample size
70%

Percentile
99.999999%ile
One among One Hundred Millions of the unselected population
1/100,000,000
Standard deviation above the mean
5.625
I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.)
190

Exceptional intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/3)
0.333333333333333

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score
0.000001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in this sample size
0

Validity and accuracy of a high range test norm with this sample size
40%

Percentile
99.9999999%ile
One among One Billion of the unselected population
1/1,000,000,000
Standard deviation above the mean
6
I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.)
196

High exceptional intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/2)
0.5

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score
0.0000001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in this sample size
0

Validity and accuracy of a high range test norm with this sample size
0%

Theoretical I.Q.

Percentile
99.99999999%ile
One among Ten Billions of the unselected population
1/10,000,000,000
Standard deviation above the mean
6.375
I.Q. Stanford-Binet (16 points per s.d.)
202

Unmeasurable intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/1)
1

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score
0.00000001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in this sample size
0

Validity and accuracy of a high range test norm with this sample size
0%

Famous High IQ People

Akshay Venkatesh

Former Child Prodigy

“Born in India in 1981, Akshay Venkatesh is a mathematician and former child prodigy. He was brought up in Australia and showed promise from a young age, earning a bronze medal at the International Physics Olympiad in 1993, when he was just 11. A year later he achieved another bronze medal at the International Mathematical Olympiad. In 1997 Venkatesh gained a first class honors degree in pure mathematics from the University of Western Australia, having been the youngest person to ever study at the university. He then went on to obtain his Ph.D. from Princeton in 2002, at the age of 20. The math whiz has held positions at the Clay Mathematics Institute in Rhode Island and at New York University’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. He currently works as a professor in Stanford University’s mathematics faculty.”

According to

https://superscholar.org/smartest-people-alive/

More About him

Akshay Venkatesh wins Fields Medal

https://www.ias.edu/scholars/venkatesh

Papers

http://math.stanford.edu/~akshay/research/research.html

Famous High IQ People

Ruth Lawrence

UK

Former child prodigy

“Born in 1971, British mathematician and former child prodigy Ruth Lawrence made many headlines in 1985 when, aged just 13, she obtained a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Oxford University, gaining a starred first. Another degree, this time in physics, followed in 1986, and in 1989 she received her D.Phil. in mathematics, again from Oxford. In 1990 she was made a junior fellow at Harvard. And after a stint at the University of Michigan, she took on an associate professorship there in 1997. Lawrence is currently an associate professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Einstein Institute of Mathematics and investigates algebraic topology and knot theory. In 1997 Charles Arthur wrote in The Independent, “The branch of mathematics she is now researching… is so advanced, so abstruse, so mind-bogglingly complicated for the non-mathematician that it will be years before technology and science advance enough to make any practical use of it.”

According to

https://superscholar.org/smartest-people-alive/

More about she

https://www.timesofisrael.com/uk-math-prodigy-who-graduated-oxford-at-13-is-now-orthodox-mom-of-4-in-jlem/amp/

Famous High IQ People

Chris Hirata

USA

Former child prodigy

“Astrophysicist Chris Hirata was born in Michigan in 1982, and at the age of 13 he became the youngest U.S. citizen to receive an International Physics Olympiad gold medal. When he turned 14, Hirata apparently began studying at the California Institute of Technology, and he would go on to earn a bachelor’s degree in physics from the school in 2001. At 16 – with a reported IQ of 225 – he started doing work for NASA, investigating whether it would be feasible for humans to settle on Mars. Then in 2005 he went on to obtain a Ph.D. in physics from Princeton. Hirata is currently a physics and astronomy professor at The Ohio State University. His specialist fields include dark energy, gravitational lensing, the cosmic microwave background, galaxy clustering, and general relativity. “If I were to say Chris Hirata is one in a million, that would understate his intellectual ability,” said a member of staff at his high school in 1997.”

“Research interests:

Dark energy and the accelerating Universe

Gravitational lensing

The cosmic microwave background

Galaxy clustering and the large scale structure of the Universe

The reionization epoch

General Relativity”

According to

https://superscholar.org/smartest-people-alive/

http://www.tapir.caltech.edu/~chirata/web/

More about him

https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1997-02-23-9702230401-story.html

Hall of Sophia

Goals of the Hall of Sophia

Inspired by the M-Classification by Nikos Lygeros

The Hall of Sophia is conceived as a center of intellectual inquiry whose principal goals are to encourage and promote:

I The study of extreme intelligence**

II The recognition of extreme intelligence as a driver of humanity

III The recognition of individuals with extreme cognitive abilities

IV The creation of generic cognitive models by mathematics*

V The creation of paradigms by linguistic formalizations (in the sense of Kuhn)*

VI The production of intellectual works on the field of mathematics

VII The production of intellectual works on the field of sciences

VIII The production of intellectual works on the field of theology

IX The production of intellectual works on the field of philosophy

X The production of intellectual works on the field of art

The Hall of Sophia is an existential meta-proof of the existence of the g-factor.**

*Points 6.4.8, 6.4.9 of the M-Classification

**Points 6.4.1, 6.6 of the M-Classification

http://www.lygeros.org/mclassi.html

Members that designed high range tests or funded societies will be recognized as honorary members

Members that designed famous high range tests or funded famous societies

Will be recognized as elite members

Membership

To join send an admission letter explaining your subject of interest and motivations to become a member of the Hall of Sophia to noetiqsociety@icloud.com so the admission form is provided to you

Listing

To list your name in this page send proof of a high IQ score on any high range IQ test scored by any author to noetiqsociety@icloud.com

Legal Constitution of the Hall of Sophia

Name, Purpose and Official Address of the Hall of Sophia

The name of this organization is the “Hall of Sophia.”

The Hall of Sophia is an organization of people who have scored above average intelligence on a test of general intelligence.

The Society exists to facilitate interaction among its members and to encourage and assist the efforts of his members to attain high levels achievement in the fields of mathematics, theology, the sciences, philosophy, and art.

The name of the Hall of Sophia official journal is Sophia.

For legal purposes, the address of the society is that of the Administrator.

Admission Standards of the Hall of Sophia

All present and former members of the Hall of Sophia as of the date of redaction of this document are presumed to have qualified for membership in Hall of Sophia.

Members shall be admitted to the Hall of Sophia upon presentation of proof of performance at the ninety percentile or more on at least three tests by any of the following designers, Kevin Langdon, Ronald K. Hoeflin, Paul Cooijmans, Nikos Lygeros, Mislav Predavec, Robert Lato, Jonathan Wai, Laurent Dubois, Jason Betts, Naoki Kouda, Ivan Ivec, Dr. Greg Groove, James Dorsey and supervised tests only after his admission letter gets approval by the membership officer.

Members rights of the Hall of Sophia

Members of the Hall of Sophia are entitled to the following rights:

Freedom of speech

All members of the Hall of Sophia have the right to speech freely about any subject on the Facebook group, forums, chat servers and web pages of the society.

No administrator of the society can censorship or block the access to the Facebook group, forums, chat servers and web pages to any members of the Hall of Sophia.

Right to be published

All members of the Hall of Sophia have the right to publish his works on Sophia, the journal and blog of the society, if they follow the guidelines described on the Contribution Agreement of the society.

No editor of Sophia, the journal and blog of the society, can block or censorship the works submitted for publishing in Sophia, the journal and blog of the society, if they follow the guidelines described in the Contribution Agreement of the society.

Members that submitted works for publishing in Sophia, the journal and blog of the society, following the guidelines described in the Contribution Agreement of the Society and didn’t get published can demand a revision of his work by members of the society, in case the members find that the work submitted for publishing was censored or blocked by the Editor of Sophia, the society and blog of the society, members of the society can demand that the Editor publish the work in the next number or blog post of Sophia, the journal and blog of the society.

Right to privacy

All members of the Hall of Sophia have the right to confidentiality in officers handling of their postal and e-mail addresses and personal data with exception of his I.Q. scores.

Core Values

As a society that believes that genius it’s the driver of humanity the Hall of Sophia cheers and believes that intellectual honesty, integrity, and commitment are the foundations on which positive changes happen.

Termination of rights

No administrator, editor or member of the Hall of Sophia can abrogate or violate these rights.

In case an administrator, editor or member of the Hall of Sophia violates the rights of the members and values of the society his membership will be terminated.

G-Classification

Based on the M-Classification by Nikos Lygeros

Based on the work by American psychologist Catherine Cox

The genius it’s a creative gifted that, via his work, transform humanity

Genius it’s recognized in the following fields mathematics, sciences, philosophy and art

Members of the Hall of Sophia can submit his works for publishing in the society journal, Sophia

Members of the Hall of Sophia that have produced this number of works will be recognized as: Gifted, Genius, Universal Genius

530 produced works on the fields of mathematics, sciences, philosophy and art

Gifted

760 produced works on the fields of mathematics, sciences, philosophy and art

Genius

1030 produced works on the fields of mathematics, sciences, philosophy and art

Universal Genius

Order of Sophia

The order exists to recognize the individuals that have provided a big amount of data to the study of extreme intelligence by taking numerous high range I.Q. tests

The order has five grades: Advanced Test Taker, Expert Test Taker, Master Test Taker, High Master Test Taker and Legendary Test Taker

30 tests taken

Advanced Test Taker

60 tests taken

Expert Test Taker

100 tests taken

Master Test Taker

150 tests taken

High Master Test Taker

210 tests taken

Legendary Test Taker

For being recognized at any grade of the Order of Sophia one must provide an ordered list of all the high range I.Q. tests that one has take it and proof of all the tests listed on it

Membership benefits

A percentage of the revenue of the society journal

If you designed a high range IQ test you can advertise it here

Founder

Guillermo Alejandro Escarcega Pliego

Contributor

Chip Douglas

Members at this high

Base X I.Q. Scale

Percentile

90%ile

One among Ten of the unselected population

1/10

Standard deviation above the mean

1.282

Wechsler I.Q. (15 points per s.d.)

120

Above Average Intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/11)

0.090909090909091

Famous I.Q. societies with this cut-off

Mensa

http://www.mensa.org

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

10%

Percentile

99%ile

One among One Hundred of the unselected population

1/100

Standard deviation above the mean

2.327

Wechsler I.Q. (15 points per s.d.)

135

Gifted

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/10)

0.1

Members at this high

Chip Douglas

Nils Westman II

Famous high I.Q. societies with this cut-off

Intertel

http://www.intertel-iq.org

The Top One Percent Society

http://www.toponesociety.com/introduction.html

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

1%

Percentile

99.9%ile

One among Thousand of the unselected population

1/1,000

Standard deviation above the mean

3.091

Wechsler I.Q. (15 points per s.d.)

146

Intelligent

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/9)

0.111111111111111

Honorary members at this high

Gabriel Garofalo

Members at this high

Therese Waneck

Sriram Bala

Denis Walch

Andrew Hayles

Famous high I.Q. societies with this cut-off

The Triple Nine Society

http://www.triplenine.org

The ISPE Society

http://www.thethousand.com

The Glia Society

gliasociety.org

The One In A Thousand Society

http://www.oathsociety.com/introduction.html

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

0.1%

Percentile

99.99%ile

One among Ten Thousand of the unselected population

1/10,000

Standard deviation above the mean

3.719

Wechsler I.Q. (15 points per s.d.)

156

High Intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/8)

0.125

Members at this high

Stelios Bekas

Alex Tolio

Sudarshan Murthy

Famous people at this high

Paul Cooijmans

Famous high I.Q. societies with this cut-off

The Prometheus Society

prometheussociety.org

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

0.01%

Percentile

99.999%ile

One among a Hundred Thousand of the unselected population

1/100,000

Standard deviation above the mean

4.265

Wechsler I.Q. (15 points per s.d.)

164

Very High Intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/7)

0.142857142857143

Member at this high

Chara Katzioti

Thomas Hally

Honorary Members of the Hall of Sophia

Naoki Kouda kanji-love.wixsite.com/high-range-iq-test

Julien Arpin

Famous people at this high

Ivan Ivec

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

0.001%

End Of The Bell Curve

Percentile

99.9999%ile

One among One Million of the unselected population

1/1,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

4.75

Wechsler I.Q. (15 points per s.d.)

171

Pervasive Intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/6)

0.166666666666667

Members at this high

Domagoj Domo Kutle

Anthony Brown

Honorary Members of the Hall of Sophia

James Dorsey http://www.opalquestgroup.com

Tor Arne Jørgensen http://www.toriqtestsite.com

Claus Volko http://www.cdvolko.net/

Elite Members of the Hall of Sophia

Jason Betts psiq.org/lux

Famous people at this high

John H. Sununu

Solomon W. Golomb

Ron Lee

Pseudonym of —-, who devised way to count cards at blackjack.

Famous high I.Q. societies with this cut-off

The Mega Society – Most exclusive High I.Q. Society in the world

http://www.megasociety.org

The Omega Society

theomegasociety.com

The PI Society

http://www.lygeros.org/PI.html

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

0.0001%

Percentile

99.99999%ile

One among Ten Millions of the unselected population

1/10,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

5.1875

Wechsler I.Q. (15 points per s.d.)

178

High Pervasive Intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/5)

0.2

Honorary Members of the Hall of Sophia

ZhiHang Li http://www.ggs.pub/4

Famous people at this high

Nikos Lygeros

Marilyn vos Savant

Keith Raniere

Herbert Taylor

Quiet people at this high

Steve Schuessler

Jane V. Clifton

Nikola Poljak

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

0.00001%

Percentile

99.999999%ile

One among One Hundred Millions of the unselected population

1/100,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

5.625

Wechsler I.Q. (15 points per s.d.)

184

Exceptional Intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/4)

0.25

Members at this high

Konstantinos Ntalachanis

Elite Members of the Hall of Sophia

Mislav Predavec news.generiq.net

Famous people at this high

Christopher Michael Langan

Jim Diamond AKA Mega Genius

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

0.000001%

Ceiling of The Titan Test

miyaguchi.4sigma.org/hoeflin/titan/titan.html

Percentile

99.9999999%ile

One among One Billion of the unselected population

1/1,000,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

6

Wechsler I.Q. (15 points per s.d.)

190

High Exceptional Intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/3)

0.333333333333333

Famous people at this high

Christopher Harding

Kevin Langdon

Rick Rosner

(Known) members of The Giga Society

Thomas R. A. Wolf

Andreas Gunnarsson

Scott Ben Durgin

Dany Provost

Rolf Mifflin

Paul Johns

Evangelos G. Katsioulis

Rick Rosner

People listed on the 1982 edition of the Guinness World Records

Bruce Whiting

Robert Bryzman

Leta Speyer

Dr. Johaness Veldhuis

Ferris Alger

Christopher Harding

Kevin Langdon

Quiet Geniuses

Harold Finley

David Garvey

Famous high I.Q. societies with this cut-off

The Giga Society

gigasociety.com

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

0.0000001%

Theoretical I.Q.

Percentile

99.99999999%ile

One among Ten Billions of the unselected population

1/10,000,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

6.375

Wechsler I.Q. (15 points per s.d.)

196

Unmeasurable Intelligence

Famous people at this high

Evangelos G. Katsioulis

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/2)

0.5

Famous high I.Q. societies with this cut-off

EVANGELIQ High I.Q. Society

evangeliqsociety.com

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

0.00000001%

Percentile

99.99999999%ile

One among One Hundred Billion of the unselected population

1/100,000,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

6.8125

Wechsler I.Q. (15 points per s.d.)

202

High Unmeasurable Intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/1)

1

Famous high I.Q. people at this high

William James Sidis

Famous high I.Q. societies with this cut-off

The Grail Society

gigasociety.com/iqsocieties/grail.html

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

0.000000001%

High quality high range I.Q. tests that one might enjoy

Tests by Ronald K. Hoeflin

http://miyaguchi.4sigma.org

Tests by Paul Cooijmans

http://iq-tests-for-the-high-range.com/tests.html

Tests by Nikos Lygeros

https://www.lygeros.org/PI.html

Tests by Robert Lato

http://news.generiq.net/LS36/ls36.html

http://news.generiq.net/LS24/ls24.html

Tests by Mislav Predavec

http://news.generiq.net

Tests by Jonathan Wai

http://iq-tests-for-the-high-range.com/others/

Tests by Tor Arne Jørgensen

https://www.toriqtestsite.com/toriqtests

Tests by Jason Betts

http://www.psiq.org/lux/

Tests by James Dorsey

http://www.opalquestgroup.com/societiestests.html

Tests by Ivan Ivec

https://ivec.ultimaiq.net

Tests by Naoki Kouda

http://kanji-love.wixsite.com/high-range-iq-test/i-q-tests-norms

Famous High IQ People

Terence Tao

Australia

Former child prodigy

“Born in Adelaide in 1975, Australian former child prodigy Terence Tao didn’t waste any time flexing his educational muscles. When he was two years old, he was able to perform simple arithmetic. By the time he was nine, he was studying college-level math courses. And in 1988, aged just 13, he became the youngest gold medal recipient in International Mathematical Olympiad history – a record that still stands today. In 1992 Tao achieved a master’s degree in mathematics from Flinders University in Adelaide, the institution from which he’d attained his B.Sc. the year before. Then in 1996, aged 20, he earned a Ph.D. from Princeton, turning in a thesis entitled “Three Regularity Results in Harmonic Analysis.” Tao’s long list of awards includes a 2006 Fields Medal, and he is currently a mathematics professor at the University of California, Los Angeles.”

According to

https://superscholar.org/smartest-people-alive/

More about him

High IQ Population of Japan

High IQ population of Japan

Using the Weschler I.Q. Scale, the Base X I.Q. Scale and reasoning quotient

Using a theoretical sample size of two hundred millions this is to calculate the number of high IQ individuals in Japan

N=200,000,000

Using this theoretical number of individuals will inflate the expected number of individuals at every high IQ level by 1.57480314961 (theoretical population/actual population)

Theoretical number of individuals below the mean of the Bell-Curve in Japan:

77,777,778

Theoretical number of average people in Japan:

100,000,000

Theoretical number of high I.Q. individuals in Japan (based on the Base X Scale):

22,222,222

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. at the:

Percentile

90%ile

One among Ten of the unselected population

1/10

Standard deviation above the mean

1.282

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

120

Above average intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/11)

0.090909090909091

Percentage of the Japan population that can achieve this score

10%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in Japan

20,000,000

Percentile

99%ile

One among One Hundred of the unselected population

1/100

Standard deviation above the mean

2.327

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

135

Gifted

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/10)

0.1

Percentage of the Japan population that can achieve this score

1%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in Japan

2,000,000

Percentile

99.9%ile

One among Thousand of the unselected population

1/1,000

Standard deviation above the mean

3.091

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

146

Intelligent

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/9)

0.111111111111111

Percentage of the Japan population that can achieve this score

0.1%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in Japan

200,000

Percentile

99.99%ile

One among One Thousand of the unselected population

1/10,000

Standard deviation above the mean

3.719

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

156

High intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/8)

0.125

Percentage of the Japan population that can achieve this score

0.01%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in Japan

20,000

Percentile

9.999%ile

One among Hundred Thousand of the unselected population

1/100,000

Standard deviation above the mean

4.265

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

164

Very high intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/7)

0.142857142857143

Percentage of the Japan population that can achieve this score

0.001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in Japan

2000

End Of The Bell Curve

Percentile

9.9999%ile

One among One Million of the unselected population

1/1,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

4.75

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

171

Pervasive intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/6)

0.166666666666667

Percentage of the Japan population that can achieve this score

0.0001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in Japan

200

Percentile

99.99999%ile

One among Ten Millions of the unselected population

1/10,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

5.1875

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

178

High pervasive intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/5)

0.2

Percentage of the Japan population that can achieve this score

0.00001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient

20

Percentile

99.999999%ile

One among One Hundred Millions of the unselected population

1/100,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

5.625

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

184

Exceptional intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/4)

0.25

Percentage of the Japan population that can achieve this score

0.000001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in Japan

2

Percentile

9.9999999%ile

One among One Billion of the unselected population

1/1,000,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

6

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

190

High exceptional intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/3)

0.333333333333333

Percentage of the Japan population that can achieve this score

0.0000001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in Japan

0

Not enough people to be compared with in Japan

Compare with the rest of the world to find this individual

Theoretical I.Q.

Percentile

9.99999999%ile

One among Ten Billions of the unselected population

1/10,000,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

6.375

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

196

Unmeasurable intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/2)

0.5

Percentage of the Japan population that can achieve this score

0.00000001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in Japan

0

Not enough people to be compared in Japan

Percentile

9.99999999%ile

One among One Hundred Billions of the unselected population

1/100,000,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

6.8125

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

202

High unmeasurable intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/1)

1

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

0.000000001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in Japan and planet Earth

0

There aren’t enough individuals in Japan and planet Earth to be compared with

Famous High IQ People

Kim Ung-Yong

South Korea

Former Child Prodigy

(Scored 210 sd24 score at age three on a test for seven years old)

“Before The Guinness Book of World Records withdrew its Highest IQ category in 1990, South Korean former child prodigy Kim Ung-Yong made the list with a score of 210 sd24. Kim was born in Seoul in 1963, and by the time he turned three, he could already read Korean, Japanese, English and German. When he was just eight years old, Kim moved to America to work at NASA. “At that time, I led my life like a machine. I woke up, solved the daily assigned equation, ate, slept, and so forth,” he has explained. “I was lonely and had no friends.” While he was in the States, Kim allegedly obtained a doctorate degree in physics, although this is unconfirmed. In any case, in 1978 he moved back to South Korea and went on to earn a Ph.D. in civil engineering.”

According to

https://superscholar.org/smartest-people-alive/

More about him

http://wisdomresearch.org/blogs/news/archive/2013/09/28/wisdom-from-the-smartest-man-in-the-world.aspx

Numerical IQ Test

Hall of Sophia Trial Test #1

Difficulty: Easy

Type: Numerical

And send your answers along your name, age and proof of previous I.Q. scores to noetiqsociety@icloud.com

If proofs of scores are not attached

you will not receive a score report.

0, 1, 0, 1, ?, ?, ?

1, 2, 3, 4, ?, ?, ?

7, 6, 5, 4, ?, ?, ?

1, 10, 100, 1000, ?, ?, ?

1000000, 100000, 10000, 1000, ?, ?, ?

1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, ?, ?, ?

1, 3, 6, 10, ?, ?, ?

100, 99, 97, 94, ?, ?, ?

1, 4, 6, 8, 9, ?, ?, ?

2, 3, 5, 7, ?, ?, ?

High IQ Population of the USA

Using the Weschler I.Q. Scale, the Base X I.Q. Scale and reasoning quotient

Using a theoretical sample size of four hundred millions this is to calculate the number of high IQ individuals in the USA

N=400,000,000

Using this theoretical number of individuals will inflate the expected number of individuals at every high IQ level by 1.21612882093 (theoretical population/actual population)

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. at the:

Percentile

90%ile

One among Ten of the unselected population

1/10

Standard deviation above the mean

1.282

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

120

Above average intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/11)

0.090909090909091

Percentage of the USA population that can achieve this score

10%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in the USA

40,000,000

Percentile

99%ile

One among One Hundred of the unselected population

1/100

Standard deviation above the mean

2.327

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

135

Gifted

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/10)

0.1

Percentage of the USA population that can achieve this score

1%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in the USA

4,000,000

Percentile

99.9%ile

One among Thousand of the unselected population

1/1,000

Standard deviation above the mean

3.091

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

146

Intelligent

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/9)

0.111111111111111

Percentage of the USA population that can achieve this score

0.1%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in the USA

400,000

Percentile

99.99%ile

One among One Thousand of the unselected population

1/10,000

Standard deviation above the mean

3.719

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

156

High intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/8)

0.125

Percentage of the USA population that can achieve this score

0.01%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in the USA

40,000

Percentile

9.999%ile

One among Hundred Thousand of the unselected population

1/100,000

Standard deviation above the mean

4.265

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

164

Very high intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/7)

0.142857142857143

Percentage of the USA population that can achieve this score

0.001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in the USA

4000

End Of The Bell Curve

Percentile

9.9999%ile

One among One Million of the unselected population

1/1,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

4.75

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

171

Pervasive intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/6)

0.166666666666667

Percentage of the USA population that can achieve this score

0.0001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in the USA

400

Percentile

99.99999%ile

One among Ten Millions of the unselected population

1/10,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

5.1875

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

178

High pervasive intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/5)

0.2

Percentage of the USA population that can achieve this score

0.00001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient

40

Percentile

99.999999%ile

One among One Hundred Millions of the unselected population

1/100,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

5.625

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

184

Exceptional intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/4)

0.25

Percentage of the USA population that can achieve this score

0.000001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in the USA

4

Percentile

9.9999999%ile

One among One Billion of the unselected population

1/1,000,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

6

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

190

High exceptional intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/3)

0.333333333333333

Percentage of the USA population that can achieve this score

0.0000001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in the USA

0

Not enough people to be compared with in the USA

Theoretical I.Q.

Percentile

9.99999999%ile

One among Ten Billions of the unselected population

1/10,000,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

6.375

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

196

Unmeasurable intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/2)

0.5

Percentage of the USA population that can achieve this score

0.00000001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in the USA

0

Not enough people to be compared in the USA

Percentile

9.99999999%ile

One among One Hundred Billions of the unselected population

1/100,000,000,000

Standard deviation above the mean

6.8125

I.Q. Wechsler (15 points per s.d.)

202

High unmeasurable intelligence

Reasoning Quotient (rQ 1/1)

1

Percentage of the world population that can achieve this score

0.000000001%

Theoretical number of individuals with this I.Q. and reasoning quotient in the USA and Earth

0

There aren’t enough individuals in the USA and planet Earth to be compared with