- Adult Baby, Diaper Lover
when I underwent my IQ test when ward of the state, I asked my psych clinician if I could retake it in a year or so to get better. Thats what she told me. Also that she had given quite a few and that her results backed that information.If you dont mind me asking can I see your source for this information. I am finding that a little hard to believe.
She's of course a doctorate carrying Psychiatrist now.
So, to answer your question, I don't have the study present. But really, why would it change more than a mere point or two?
From what I know about IQ tests, The organization that produces these tests has a scale on which test to give a person, and a even bigger, more complicated scale to grade a persons test. A scale that you need a degree to really understand. And it changes by the person. They take into account a persons age, vision, motor skills, and countless other variables into consideration to not only start you off on that scale, but also how it develops. So if you were to take it when you were 8, and get lets say a 106. if you took it 20 years later, age would factor first off. The type of objectives would slightly differ. And also all those factors that attributed to your score before, would also effect this one, and dont forget that your older, so your motor skills and thinking ability has grown, so that changes the scale too.
All in all, it is designed to conform score-wise to each individual.