I'm Mix-blooded.

by Ying
(Singapore)

I am female and a half Chinese and half Thai, 16 this year (2010). I got an IQ of 124. but normally mix-blooded should be smarter right? cause they know more culture or something that is different then the local people. But is 124 just right. or..normal?



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Well....
by: CftxP

IQ testing should only be taken with a grain of salt. It's true that it may even determine financial success but according to studies, this effect only manifests itself up to a score of 120 or the 90th percentile. The same goes for things like creativity and other measures that, for the most part, cannot be explained well by IQ testing. I can just tell you that you can definitely do great things and your relatively high IQ just means that you can do such things on an intellectual level. But I do recommend that you do something you love as opposed to something that gives you material success with no happiness, economists may say that we need more people in STEM jobs but lackluster workers will not benefit the economy in any way.

As for you being a halfie, it doesn't really do anything to your IQ, in fact, scientists actually say that you can expect a biracial child's IQ to be the average of the IQs of the two races. In your case, it's Thailand (89) and China (105) which average to 97, you beat it by almost 2 standard deviations so consider yourself smart even based on a racial level (though it isn't anywhere near a perfect science)!

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Culture and Parents play a part
by: Anonymous

I am also half Thai, half white. I don't think that Race really has anything to do with it...but perhaps culture does. I can tell you that most asian parents demand that their children study hard. The only other culture that I can think of is perhaps jewish parents. At my school, the asian kids and the jewish kids were pressured the most by the parents.

I had a white father, so I got to slack off a bit more. I have a high IQ, but I feel its mostly based on math or puzzles. I hated Grammer in school, and the teachers were always correcting me when I spoke. To this day I can solve math equations that most people can't even read, but the can speak and write better than me, go figure.

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by: and on he must !TDJvvxBihI

I noticed two things. I made a spelling error. My bad. I typed this quickly. Second. You are almost sixteen. I am still relatively young. Age, ethnicity, location, etc., has nothing to do with intelligence level.

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OP does not understand.
by: and on he must !TDJvvxBihI

By believing that, you just show your lack of intelligence. I'm mixed asian also, and releatively young, and have an IQ of 139. Your race or mixed race or whatever does not affect your intelligence. That's the kind of thinking that started the Nazis. I'm sorry if I'm harsh, I'm from /b/.

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What is IQ Test by the way?
by: Saqib. Admin

I have strong reservations on the measurement of intelligence. However, the IQ tests can evaluate your capability in certain circumstances. The serious students of psychology may veto for online IQ tests.

If you have taken some kind of a serious test then you are much smarter than majority of the people like me. Recently I have taken a serious test and scored 110.

I am close to an average but not smarter!

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