Becoming a mathematician - how important is IQ?
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Jan16-12, 04:40 PM
Okay, first of all. Your IQ is so profoundly irrelevant that it is hard to even get started. The IQ only measures one thing, and that is your ability to solve IQ quizes. A skill like any other. If you train consistently on IQ quizes anybody can get an 300 IQ score.
You can't do statistics with only one data point.
not true at all. You can't train for a professionally administered IQ test, you can only become familiar with the type of questions.
IQ is a deterministic factor for one's ability to grasp and synthesize abstract concepts.