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What is the difference between IQ and Intelligence?

Asked by T. Lopez, Last updated: Oct 26, 2020

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Answered Mar 26, 2020

Intelligence is the term that is usually defined as the ability of the person to think, to make decisions, store memories, and so much more. There are just so many things that a person can do that can make the person seem intelligent. IQ is known to be the value of a person’s mind. This can usually be determined by taking a test.

Some say that the IQ test is overrated right now but some people still use it because there are some people whose learning disabilities become discovered because they are unable to answer the IQ test correctly. IQ and intelligence are not the same things. Some people can be defined as intelligent even if their IQ test is a bit low and vice versa.

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