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    Hi, I acheived 6B'S 4C'S at GCSE, AND CDD AT A LEVEL, so what intelligence level does it indicate?
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    Probably about average
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    (Original post by Ferat)
    Hi, I acheived 6B'S 4C'S at GCSE, AND CDD AT A LEVEL, so what intelligence level does it indicate?
    I think GCSEs and A Levels don't have much to do with intelligence.
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    Around average if you're talking about academic intelligence


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    Stupid thread
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    Probs slightly better than average for gcse as average is high C I think


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    (Original post by gulbenkian02)
    Stupid thread
    How


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    Compared to most TSR members I see: OMG how did u even get a C let alone a D on this forum!!!
    Compared to most regular people: Fairly good
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    This is probably the worst place to ask that question. Be prepared to have your self esteem shattered.
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    Seriously? For one, basing your intelligence on grades is a stupid thing to do, exams are about memory, not how smart you are. Secondly, asking a bunch of strangers on a forum how intelligent you are is again, stupid, because GCSE's and A-Levels aren't the only things that measure your intelligence (if they even do that).
    Thirdly, doesn't it depend on the subjects taken? CDD in 'easier' subjects would make OP 'less intelligent' than CDD in 'harder' subjects. Whatever they may be, again.. subjective.

    I can't even believe I had to explain this :facepalm:
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    (Original post by Azarashi)
    I think GCSEs and A Levels don't have much to do with intelligence.
    I'd probably say about average too, but I agree with Azarashi that GCSEs especially are becoming less to do with intelligence. They are more like a bunch of massive memory tests and do not require using aptitude and logic as much anymore(depending on the subject, obviously.)
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    (Original post by Ferat)
    Hi, I acheived 6B'S 4C'S at GCSE, AND CDD AT A LEVEL, so what intelligence level does it indicate?
    Compared to the average across the country, you're probably slightly above average.
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    Good gcses and average a levels
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    (Original post by simbasdragon)
    Compared to the average across the country, you're probably slightly above average.
    Haha nice, but still wish I was at Bill gates level of intelligence, lol
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    Does the average person even have a-levels?

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    (Original post by therealmcoy)
    I'd probably say about average too, but I agree with Azarashi that GCSEs especially are becoming less to do with intelligence. They are more like a bunch of massive memory tests and do not require using aptitude and logic as much anymore(depending on the subject, obviously.)
    Agreed..
    Sadly what grades tell are more of how good your memory is rather than how intelligent you are.


    (Original post by Ferat)
    Haha nice, but still wish I was at Bill gates level of intelligence, lol
    Work with what you have buddy, it's not bad if I have to take a guess
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    (Original post by TheGrammarGuru)
    Compared to most TSR members I see: OMG how did u even get a C let alone a D on this forum!!!
    Compared to most regular people: Fairly good
    Its not like that, the majority of who have amazing grades have a higher tendency to spread their results thus leaving all the weaker students to watch in the shadows. It may seem that everyone here is getting 10A*s when the truth is the majority actually have <5A*/A
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    I agree with what most others have said here. Unfortunately A levels and GCSE's aren't really about intelligence but ability to cram information in your head and of course make sense of that information, which yes to some extent is based on intelligence. It's also about work ethic, someone who's a genius could fail all their A levels because they didn't study or put any effort in it all. Alternatively someone could get good grades simply because they worked incredibly hard. You could say that it's still based on intelligence because if you work hard it means you're making the right decision to do so. Maybe an IQ test is a better way of measuring intelligence...who knows..there are so many things you could discuss about this.
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    No, look at Alan Sugar and Richard Branson.
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    (Original post by Angelo12231)
    Its not like that, the majority of who have amazing grades have a higher tendency to spread their results thus leaving all the weaker students to watch in the shadows. It may seem that everyone here is getting 10A*s when the truth is the majority actually have <5A*/A
    That is true, but I was just making a joke. Don't worry, I know that is a massive factor in why people spread their results.
 
 
 
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