Message from UPGRAYEDD in Vibrant Diversity #general

2017-03-09 04:47:11 UTC  

@Convo pm your score so i know how dumb i am compared to you

2017-03-09 04:47:32 UTC  

score for what

2017-03-09 04:47:34 UTC  


2017-03-09 04:47:53 UTC  

@c6%G it was a raven test, a developmental one

2017-03-09 04:48:08 UTC  

I was 130 at age 7 so I was like as developed as an 8 year old or something

2017-03-09 04:48:12 UTC  

I dont know my for real IQ

2017-03-09 04:48:24 UTC  

its usually stable through age

2017-03-09 04:48:31 UTC  

uh, n

2017-03-09 04:48:32 UTC  


2017-03-09 04:48:32 UTC  

might be a little different

2017-03-09 04:48:39 UTC  

maybe not the raven test

2017-03-09 04:48:42 UTC  

never studied that one

2017-03-09 04:48:51 UTC  

it was pattern recognition

2017-03-09 04:48:56 UTC  

I have the report from the child psycologist when I was a kid somewhere. It was 147 but I think I was 6 or 7 too.

2017-03-09 04:49:12 UTC  

I've hit my head and drank a lot of alccohol since then

2017-03-09 04:49:25 UTC  

@ErwinRommeow more evidence that it doesn't conserve over time

2017-03-09 04:49:54 UTC  

i had bachelor's degree level reading and writing before hs

2017-03-09 04:50:42 UTC  

I scored 148 on one of the kid tests, I was 7. I've been tested twice in adulthood since then, scored 140 and 128. Low score was under duress, court-mandated psych eval. From what I understand the childhood scores tend to run a little high

2017-03-09 04:51:09 UTC  

I got 115 because I have shit tier math ability

2017-03-09 04:51:19 UTC  

According to Taleb the tails of bell curves are really hard to estimate anyway.

2017-03-09 04:51:39 UTC  

Everyone but Matty Midwest is a standard dev above white here and you know it

2017-03-09 04:52:04 UTC  

matty midwest btfo

2017-03-09 04:53:46 UTC  

Interestingly, the SAT comparison puts me at 136, between the two administered test scores.

2017-03-09 04:54:09 UTC  

@vonGoethe this says I'm 157 which is silly

2017-03-09 04:54:16 UTC  

GRE does not carry over to IQ

2017-03-09 04:54:21 UTC  

it depends on test taking skills

2017-03-09 04:54:33 UTC  

I read somewhere that general success/income correlate to IQ until around 120 or so and then reverses. It's basically the 'sperg factor.

2017-03-09 04:54:43 UTC  

My T cell count is at 150

2017-03-09 04:55:10 UTC  


2017-03-09 04:55:11 UTC  

I have some old C cells around somewhere

2017-03-09 04:55:53 UTC  

That matches well wtih my personal experience. I went to an exclusive STEM college and the dumber guys that actually graduated are the ones that are millionares in their 30s.

2017-03-09 04:56:14 UTC  

@ErwinRommeow >tfw im gunna be poor as shit

2017-03-09 04:56:28 UTC  

also smarter guys get phds but phds give you 20k for 5 years

2017-03-09 04:56:35 UTC  

so they might be poor in 30s but richer in the 40s

2017-03-09 04:56:58 UTC  

@Convo it requires a certain amount of intelligence to employ a test-taking strategy, does it not?

2017-03-09 04:57:06 UTC  
2017-03-09 04:57:11 UTC  

By income maybe but the 120IQ guys that make middle managment by 26 are wealtheir. Time value of money, nigga.

2017-03-09 04:57:21 UTC  

there are "test factories" in vietnam
they get kids and make them take the SAT over and over

2017-03-09 04:57:27 UTC  

they come out getting perfect scores