What are the best ways to improve your IQ ?

What are the best ways to "improve" your IQ score, and what is an IQ. Is it how much knowlege you have or, something other ?

Asked By: A a r o n - 9/20/2007
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Intelligence quotient (IQ) is an age-related measure of intelligence level and is defined as 100 times the mental age. The word quotient means the results of dividing one quantity by another, and intelligence can be defined as mental ability or quickness of mind... More
Answered By: JS - 9/20/2007
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Smoke lots of pot. Its little known. But it turns you into a genius
Answered By: Aaron - 9/20/2007
Nothing to do with knowledge it is a the ability to think logically and the way to improve, at least as far as doing IQ test are concerned is to do lots of logic based puzzles. There are other types of intelligence my wife could not do a logic puzzle to save her life but she holds far more professional qualifications... More
Answered By: Maid Angela - 9/20/2007
go to school
Answered By: burnley b.i.t.c.h xxx - 9/20/2007
It's all to do with Logic, Reasoning and Lateral thinking... More
Answered By: jk_thegooner - 9/20/2007
Anything over a 130 IQ is considered genius. 100 IQ is average. Under 100 IQ is worrying. Between 100 and 130 IQ is a grey area. If you want it tested properly check out Mensa.
Answered By: EmmaRoyds - 9/20/2007
I don't know about IQ "score" as such, because noone's ever established the extent to which those tests reflect actual intelligence... More
Answered By: Rebecca P - 9/20/2007
Best ways to improve IQ are Solve as much puzzles as you can. Do yogic exercises such as relaxation. Solving mathematics and physics problems. Logical thinking or thinking on any situation. and do all this things on your own.
Answered By: Vipul_575 - 9/20/2007
Intelligence quotient or IQ is part intuition and part learning. The best way you can improve your IQ is by constant reading and engaging in logical arguments and analysis. Most designers of IQ score tests do not take cultural differences into consideration; what they normally try to do is to assess overlapping field... More
Answered By: Optimist E - 9/22/2007
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