IQ is supposed to be the measurement of your natural intelligence.

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IQ is supposed to be the measurement of your "natural intelligence."

IQ is supposed to be the measurement of your "natural intelligence." However, can your IQ vary on how much brain activity you're doing?

For instance, during the Summer a person is lazy and not doing any studying or anything that really stimulates the brain. However, once the school year starts and the person is more engaged in studying topics that really stimulate the brain, should we expect his IQ score to be higher if tested during this time?
 

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Your IQ is supposed to be your intellectual age/ actual age *100 I believe. Therefore in theory it should fairly constant over a short term, but possible to change over a longer period. I don't think many people plave much value on IQ anymore due to a lot of problems with the concept of how to measure it, etc.
 

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