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A score of 152 is more than three standard deviations above the norm (average). This means you scored higher than approximately 99% of people. So, for every hundred people you meet, on average, you are smarter than all but one of them.

You should be careful though if you took the test off a website or some other place online it is most likely not accurate. The only way to get a real IQ test that is reliable and valid (meaning, it measures your intelligence accurately) is to get professionally tested through a mental health professional or testing center using a carefully researched and designed measure. For someone your age the most likely test they would use is the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-R) which is used to test intelligence in children aged 6 to 16.

And remember, IQ is just a measure of one kind of intelligence, and your results can be affected by things such as ADHD or learning disabilities.

Q: Is 152 a good IQ score for age 14?

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Yes, an average IQ for any age is 100 is you reach 130 you are considered gifted, so 123 is a really good score

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Average IQ for anyone of ANY age is around 100. IQ has nothing to do with age.

Average IQ is 100 so 152 is above average.

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Yes, an average IQ for any age is 100 is you reach 130 you are considered gifted, so 123 is a really good score

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No, the average IQ score, regardless of age is from 90 to 109.

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If a young 13 year old (Sept. BD) in 8th grade scored a composite score of 21 on the ACT, would that be considered a good score, all things considered?

14. But it is highly unlikely you'd get hired because of your age. Good luck!

Average IQ for anyone of ANY age is around 100. IQ has nothing to do with age.

Yes. IQs are normalized by age. The average IQ is 100 with a standard deviation of 15 by definition. So, a 113 falls right at the top of the average range.