# 115 IQ level – Processing information efficiently

Our worlds are awash with information. We are having to process it all the time, and we need to be efficient in the swamp of information to function and get on. For this reason we like to spend time in the most **efficient information flows** in life – involving least effort and more ease.

In order for us to be more intuitive and efficient in our information processing, IQ level is critical. A higher IQ level means that we are better able find the ‘path of least resistance’ in information flows, and develop expertise more easily.

One IQ level is critical: an IQ of around **115**. There is no magic bullet but in general it is widely agreed that:

- An IQ of
**110**or above enables you to attain a college level education if you choose it. This is an ‘above average’ IQ. - If you have an IQ of
**115**or above you are capable of the cognitive demands of almost any profession, and can attain the highest levels of education and training. - Only
**15%**of the population have an IQ level of**115**or above. - An IQ above
**115**is considered to be a ‘High IQ’ – beyond an ‘above average IQ’.

# How your intelligence is measured

Intelligence is measured by valid IQ tests, and IQ scores differ widely between individuals. The average IQ score is **100** and scores are spread out in what is called a ‘bell curve’ shown below where percentages in the general population are shown. In this diagram **68%** of the population have an IQ between **85** and **115**.

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