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Re: spread/margin of error stjames

Posted by bookgurl99 on May 25, 2003, at 16:28:05

In reply to Re: CORRELATION BETWEEN IQ AND MENTAL ILLNESS?, posted by stjames on May 11, 2003, at 21:59:19


> No. IQ varies widely throughout life. You can take it on different days and get swings as wide as tens of points. There is also a margin of error of several points.


Whew! This post relieved me. As a 12 year old, I tested at about 135 (my twin at 136.). Then last year, I took one -- I suspect I may have had a migraine at the time -- and I tested at 125. I thought my brains were turning to mush!


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