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  1. It gives you information about how well an individual analyzes information, makes logical constructions, and sees cause-and-effect relationships.

    Simply put, how fast and effective they think. People with high IQs are more easily taught, especially in the exact sciences.

  2. IQ reflects a person's ability to find patterns in abstract data sets. This is one of the basic functions of the brain. Affects the learning rate. I think it's wrong to call it an intelligence quotient.

    Perhaps the brain is the most complex thing that nature has done on earth in millions of years of evolution. To reduce the capabilities of this super-complex mechanism to a single number is simply stupid. Try to take a simpler mechanism and create a coefficient for it, for example, for a car. And instead of individual characteristics of the manufacturer's type, engine power, speed, mass, price, etc. use this coefficient. Imagine how you measure this coefficient of your car with others and see how stupid it is. Calculating IQ and measuring it with others is usually even more stupid. An exception is the situation when it is necessary to determine the degree of developmental delay, i.e. when the IQ is much lower than normal.

    IQ can be measured on the website iqtest.dk

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