My IQ (according to Mensa) is 142.
How do I think? Like most people I guess, I have a very strong photographic memory and a strong memory in general, I get annoyed easier than most and
I get frustrated easy if I have to repeat myself or explain something to someone more than once. I’m good with puzzles or anything to do with
“putting all the ideas/pieces together”. I get depressed easy and I take things to seriously, I also can’t make up my mind or commit to things,
I have moved country about 11 times because every time I am in one I want to be in the other one.
If I ever meet someone who get’s something to do with Geography wrong then I usually consider them dumb (I shouldn’t, but I do) and usually wont
bother with that person again – being in Australia I get this a lot, as most Australians know nothing about anything outside of the country (no
offence), I shouldn’t judge on something as stupid as that, but I do – see I again just judged a whole country in that last sentence!
I dropped out of High School because it was boring, so I travelled. Only now (at 23) I have started at University, and only because a University
Degree is what is needed in today’s world to be considered “intelligent”. Most people don’t care what your IQ is, they just want you to have a
4 year degree!
Oh and one really annoying thing is I always think I'm right (although I usualy am) lol
Just because someone has a high IQ I don’t think it makes them smarter than everyone, some people are great at only a few things and terrible at
other things. I have a high IQ but I think there are still a lot of people smarter than me, and plenty of people dumber than me.
Everyone excels in different things, while one person might be excellent at rocket science, they might be terrible at general knowledge, everyone is
I excel in a lot of things, but my spelling and grammar is terrible. I recently handed in a University paper and I got a Distinction (it’s like a
“B”), the reason I didn’t get an “A” was because of my grammar, I apparently put capitals on proper-nouns (I don’t even know what a
proper-noun is). So having a high IQ doesn’t help with much or mean I’m smart at everything.
So I think people with high IQ’s and low IQ’s think pretty much the same, the only thing different is the way they work out things, or look at
Everyone is different in their own special way, regardless of IQ.