Alfred001 Posted May 23 Share Posted May 23 This question was brought about by a claim I saw on Twitter Another person lower in the thread says that Feynman tested 125 at 12. Which, from what I understand, doesn't mean you'd expect him to have a higher IQ as an adult. The tests supposedly adjust for age. Anyway, is this true? Did he really test 125 and at what age? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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