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  1. For standard tests like the Eysenck test, this is quite a good result.�

    But you can't help but know this, because statistical tables on the results of the IQ test are full on the Internet, and a person who can get such a result can analyze it and compare it with others.

    So you should be really interested in another question:

    why do you, knowing perfectly well that with your result you get into 10-12 percent of the chosen ones)), put this fact for public consideration under the guise of misunderstanding?

    Are you so flattered by your result? ) Do you need public recognition and likes?

    Thinking about this question will add points not to your intelligence (by the way, congratulations, like!), but to your psychological competence )

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