Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Intelligence, one of the mostly debated term through the ages.
Is it okay to consider intelligence as the general ability to learn, remember, recall and solve problems?
Intelligence Quotient (IQ), tests were originally devised specifically to predict educational achievement.
The score is compared with the person's real age in years to give the IQ.
Whether it can be measured by any single test?
Is it very vital for success in the real world?
There is no certain definition that is agreed by all.
I think one should be smart and wise to become success in the real world, rather than getting declared
as an Intelligent guy based on educational achievement.
What do you guys think about it?