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  1. I can only say that you don't have to have an IQ of 150+ to be a genius. For example, Richard Feiman, an outstanding physicist (you can read on the Internet) had an IQ of 122, and Marilyn vos Savant, a simple journalist, has an IQ of 210.

  2. This is a double-edged sword: if there is a desire to increase the rating specifically in tests, then, as with any cyclical activity, it must be repeated many times before obtaining the required result; if the goal is to become a genius, then it will be much more difficult… However, this level of aikyu is still mostly quite ordinary people. In other words, as such, genius does not correlate in any way with an iq score.

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