Intelligence: lower IQ points of 4 20 years!

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Re: Intelligence: IQ drop of 4 points in 20 years!




by Obamot » 01/06/22, 01:10

Ah well, here's a perfect one!

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Re: Intelligence: IQ drop of 4 points in 20 years!




by Christophe » 01/06/22, 14:34

The integral (which they probably knew how to do at 12 years old)…

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Re: Intelligence: IQ drop of 4 points in 20 years!




by Christophe » 08/06/22, 09:26

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Re: Intelligence: IQ drop of 4 points in 20 years!




by Remundo » 08/06/22, 09:47

it may be a side effect of the anticovid macchination : Mrgreen:
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Re: Intelligence: IQ drop of 4 points in 20 years!




by Exnihiloest » 08/06/22, 20:08

phil59 wrote:My thought at the moment is that it allows us to value ourselves.

When my kids passed their baccalaureate, and I helped them a little with math, physics, it was that there were things, simple for me, that they did not master at all.

But, there were more complicated things for me, which they "mastered".

The "oldest" is 34 years old....

So hard to say...

Are the tests in line with "our current life"? Are the tests outdated for some?
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That's right, "culture" is relative to the era, but the math is still the same. I remember having published here proofs of the certificate of study of the beginning of the 20th century, which would dry out a bachelor of today. It is true that at the time, not everyone obtained the study certificate, whereas today, almost everyone obtains the baccalaureate. There is no doubt that the requirements have fallen, and that those of today who would have obtained their study certificate at the beginning of the 20th century and continued their studies, are today leveled on the least understanding on which the programs have adapted. Even if the former have the same potential as before, their intelligence is no longer sufficiently solicited and this results in a drop in IQ.
Left thinking, which is found in high doses in national education, has done and still does a lot of damage. I remember the time when it was said that a student ultimately had nothing to learn, it was enough to make him reveal himself. : roll:
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Re: Intelligence: IQ drop of 4 points in 20 years!




by Obamot » 09/06/22, 01:51

Exnihiloest wrote:
phil59 wrote:My thought at the moment is that it allows us to value ourselves.

When my kids passed their baccalaureate, and I helped them a little with math, physics, it was that there were things, simple for me, that they did not master at all.

But, there were more complicated things for me, which they "mastered".

The "oldest" is 34 years old....

So hard to say...

Are the tests in line with "our current life"? Are the tests outdated for some?
...


That's right, "culture" is relative to the era, but the math is still the same. I remember posting here, cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui cui
it is confirmed even at Blédina, that the IQ drops..
It's cooked-cooked now : Mrgreen:
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Re: Intelligence: IQ drop of 4 points in 20 years!




by Janic » 09/06/22, 07:57

it is confirmed even at Blédina, that the IQ drops..
oh well, he was never well brought up, just read his delirious prose ofidiot(I use his own wording)
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Re: Intelligence: IQ drop of 4 points in 20 years!




by Christophe » 28/07/22, 13:18

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Re: Intelligence: IQ drop of 4 points in 20 years!




by Christophe » 28/07/22, 13:23

And the stupid are legion...example of the day:

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Re: Intelligence: IQ drop of 4 points in 20 years!




by Christophe » 26/09/22, 17:55

Rather minus 40 points there…

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