> > Those quiz games will rack yer head. I suggest playing some "Trivia Whiz". Do your > > best, guess the correct answers (or just give the answer if'n ya know it), and see > > how high of a score you can get. > > Contrary to popular belief, IQ tests don't measure how intelligent you are (that's > what trivia and tests are for) but your ability to resolve problems. I did one > through Internet years ago and while I can't remember the score now, I recall the > score itself had numbers three, two and one plus the score wasn't over 200. I > sincerely don't trust the score, so I prefer not to brag about it. People using PCs > for decades have a three digit IQ anyway. > > I agree those tests are not okay, you end up getting a higher score at IQ or domino tests > and suddenly you're a phenomenon with strange abilities excluded from the society you > live. I had to put up with that shit at high school. > > Reading various cases through Internet, I feel sorry about those exploitable children > with higher IQ unable to have normal life styles. Only because a group of adults > believe it's better for you to behave older than you are.
I don't know if this kid would qualify as a "genius" but I think there's a stigma associated with kids of a "remarkable" I.Q. (and this one just happens to be unwittingly demonstrating a good example of that attitude). It's usually that they're arrogant and/or condescending. They might know a lot, but they have much to learn when it comes to interacting with others of lesser "intellect".