Re: Is IQ usefully predictive? (not in one case)

From: Linda B (
Date: Sat Aug 25 2001 - 08:14:47 MDT

On 25 Aug 2001, at 11:03, Eugene Leitl wrote:

> By rights Feyman should have peaked the scala. He was doing some really
> impressive things as a preteen kid, so there's no way how he could have
> tested 125 at one age, and clock 200+ (or whatever max is) a few years
> later.
> Unless he was faking this indicates the test does indeed have some pretty
> interesting holes.
> -- Eugen* Leitl <a href="">leitl</a>

Did he "skip" any grades in school? I did and according to my science
teacher they calculated my IQ based on the average age of the class. I was
a year younger.

Linda B

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