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IQ Tests, Quizzes and Trivia
What is Trivia? Trivia is a game or competition is one where the competitors are asked questions about interesting but unimportant facts in many subjects. Trivia is information and data that are considered to be of little value. Trivia is a type of game in which players are asked questions about different topics and they have to get as many correct answers as possible. Trivia contests are usually organized as part of events, parties and as bar entertainment.
What is IQ? It's not always easy to understand what IQ test scores mean. Most professional tests don't only give you a specific IQ score, they also mention an IQ range. This range shows you that your score may vary within this IQ scale, due to error of measurement and because circumstances under which you take a test might be of influence. The average IQ score is always 100, and your personal score tells you your IQ ranking compared to that. IQ scores are based on comparisons with other people who took the test: the norm group. As 100 is the average score, your score tells you how your IQ score ranks compared to other people