IQ Scores Of The Famous:  Was Muhammad Ali's IQ 78?

IQ Scores Of The Famous: Was Muhammad Ali’s IQ 78?

Muhammad Ali Low IQ Score Doesn’t Deter High Fame

Muhammad Ali is one of the most famous sports figures on the planet, the professional boxer born Cassius Clay, Jr. who went on to win the world heavyweight championship at the age of 22 and was ultimately crowned Sportsman of the Century by Sports Illustrated Magazine. Although his achievement ranks Ali among the world’s most famous, his IQ score is among the lowest. IQ, or intelligence quotient, is a score assigned to individuals following the results of taking tests designed to measure an individual’s intelligence in order to predict their success at earning an income and performing well in their career endeavors.

Muhammad Ali ranks at the bottom of the IQ scale with a score of only 78, which is classified as “mildly disabled”. Although Ali’s low score doesn’t seem to have curtailed his success in life, he is not the only person who failed to get a genius rating without suffering any ill effects on his life circumstances. President Ronald Reagan scored only 105, considered average or normal. An IQ score of 145 or more is considered to be “genius” material. Famous people in this category include Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Paul Allen, Leonardo Da Vinci and Bill Gates.

A report of the IQ scores of famous people has recently been released and perhaps offers some insight into the inner workings of those people. Here goes a partial list of the scores:
Johann Sebastian Bach’s IQ was 165
Geena Davis’ IQ is 140
George W. Bush’s IQ is 125
Jodie Foster’s IQ is 132
Stephen Hawking’s IQ is 160
Nicole Kidman’s IQ is 132
Jayne Mansfield’s IQ is 149
Steve Martin’s IQ is 142
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s IQ is 135
Shakira’s IQ is 140
OJ Simpson’s IQ is 89
Britney Spears’ IQ is 104
Sharon Stone’s IQ is 154
Marilyn Vos Savant’s IQ is 228
Asia Carrera’s Iq Is 156

For what it’s worth most of the stars listed had IQ’s above the statistical average of 115 for a person graduating college.

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IQ Facts and IQ of Famous People