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What does reasonably good mean?

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#1 katara



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Posted 10 September 2012 - 09:46 PM

I was bored so i took a few IQ tests (i know). But one in particular said ''You did reasonably good''. What does that mean? It was cultural so it apparently had no biases. However, i feel that was quite vague. The other ones i took said my IQ was 134-139. I know it sounds silly but i just want to understand what reasonably good is supposed to imply. Basic skill or above average?

Hopefully i'll be able to take a reliable one in the future.
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