Assuming the EQ test was administered by a professional, you have the highest conceivable EQ and are in the top 1% of persons in the world with such a high EQ score. In other words, if your EQ is 160, 99 percent of the population has a lower EQ than you. The typical person's EQ is 50-150.

EQ is often described as the ability to understand others' feelings and identify one's own emotions. It is considered to be one of the most important personality traits in a leader. A high EQ person is said to be sensitive to the feelings of others, capable of comprehending **many different perspectives**, and able to recognize their own emotions. The opposite of **an empathetic person** is said to be "meant" or "not meant to be empathized with." Someone who is not empathetic would describe themselves as "howling mad" at someone who had hurt their feeling. For example, if someone pushed you into oncoming traffic while yelling at you, they had violated your personal space and made you feel unsafe. You would then likely respond by hitting them back because you felt angry about being put in **that situation**. In this case, you had shown empathy to another person's pain by feeling angry about being attacked.

Both psychologists and philosophers have tried to explain what makes some people more empathetic than others. Some studies have suggested that higher IQ scores are related to higher levels of empathy.

The 75th percentile indicates that 75 percent of **accepted students** scored 1570 or lower on the test, while 25 percent scored over 1570. This means that three out of four students will score below **this mark**.

This statistic is useful in determining how many people should be invited to apply for admission. If less than half of applicants score at or below the 75th percentile, then it can be assumed that more candidates should be allowed to apply so that more people will have an opportunity to get in.

The 75th percentile also tells you something about the quality of students who take the exam. Because only the top quarter of students will score above 1570, we can assume that students scoring between 750 and 1569 should not be considered for admission. In **other words**, students not making it into the top quartile should feel confident that they missed out on a place by applying early decision.

Finally, the 75th percentile allows us to estimate what would happen if no one applied **early decision**. In this case, almost all students would score below 1570, because that's what has actually happened in recent years. So we can assume that if few people apply early decision, then the majority of students will not be able to benefit from doing so.

It all depends on what you mean by 210 and what you mean by good. An IQ of 210 is well to the right of the curve, and the measurement is quite inaccurate at **that level**â€”indeed, from roughly 160 onwards. So "extremely smart indeed" is the best you can say. An IQ of 150 is very low, and an IQ of 300 is very high. Thus, 210 is in the middle, which means it's not particularly unusual for someone with an IQ this high or low to be born into **a poor family**.

There are actually very few people in the world who have an IQ below 80. And there are even fewer who are below 70. The only way for an individual to significantly improve their intelligence is through learning; the brain grows by adding neurons (cells that connect together to form networks) and these are able to process information much faster than single cells can. However, once you reach a certain age, the number of neurons in your head starts to decline. This is why older people tend to perform worse on **cognitive tests** than younger people; their brains have less room for improvement.

The average person's IQ is 100. It is estimated that between 1 in 50 and 1 in 100 people have an IQ below 70, while 1 in 10,000 has an IQ above 130. There are no known cases of an individual with an IQ below 40 nor above 140.

The number 84.5 is the average of **two given numbers**, 79 and 90. This average can be found by first finding the sum of **these two numbers** and then dividing by 2.

For example, if the given numbers were 79 and 65, the sum would be 154 and the average would be 84.5.

For **another example**, if the given numbers were again 79 and 90, the sum would be 169 and the average would be 84.5.

This process is usually done with **whole numbers** but it can be done with fractions too. For example, if you were given 73/4 and 45/8, the average would be 57.125.

When figuring an average when there are several sets of numbers to average, it is helpful to write down the same type of problem for each set. For example, if you were asked to find the average of 20, 30, 40, and 50, you could first figure out the total amount by writing "20 + 30 + 40 + 50" and then divide that total by 4 to get a mean of 50 divided by 4 = 12.5.

Finding the average of multiple numbers is often needed in school math situations.

The number 330 is a composite number. It is composed of **2 primes**: 3 and 30.