Translation of intelligence quotient in Spanish:

intelligence quotient

coeficiente intelectual, n.


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    coeficiente intelectual masculine
    coeficiente de inteligencia masculine
    cociente intelectual masculine
    cociente de inteligencia masculine
    • All of them have the lowest intelligence quotient.
    • Only children with intelligence quotients equal to or greater than 70 were included in the sample.
    • The present system of evaluation mainly centred on the text, is capable of assessing only the intelligence quotient of the student.
    • Only eight of 26 opponents ventured to establish their intelligence quotients.
    • Their findings offer support between the quality of stimulation during the child's early life and intelligence quotient in later years.
    • By 1909 he was putting these scores into a table set against a child's age and so the intelligence quotient was born.
    • The intelligence quotient averaged one hundred and fifty points, the highest among them excelling to over one hundred and eighty, in some few cases.
    • But then, the intelligence quotient purports to measure the ratio of cognitive age to chronological age.
    • Emotional intelligence involves more than just a high intelligence quotient.
    • However, the reasons for these children's poor study habits is not a low intelligence quotient, according to experts.
    • He found that his intelligence quotient was 72, meaning an approximate mental age of 10.
    • Their intelligence quotient is about 50, half the average.
    • The children were of average intelligence quotient and aged 7-11 years.
    • The scale yields a social age and a social quotient, which can be considered a proximate intelligence quotient.
    • Books on General Knowledge vouch to enhance your intelligence quotient.
    • A measurement of intelligence quotient does not determine the extent of learning difficulties.
    • Intelligence tests usually give a score expressed as an intelligence quotient or IQ.
    • We hear a lot about consumers being more food savvy than ever before, and that the culinary intelligence quotient of the public is increasing.
    • A person would have to have a very low intelligence quotient to believe such a tale.
    • It should be no wonder that they abandon books, manifest lower intelligence quotients, fail to achieve academically, and have depressed professional aspirations.