QIQ society is an international society for people having tested at a high IQ (Intelligence Quotient) at or above the first standard deviation above the statistical mean of the population.
The cognitive performances acceptable for the QIQ membership are:
IQ 115, (Wechsler scale with sd 15)
IQ 116, (Stanford-Binet scale with sd 16)
IQ 124, (Cattell scale with sd 24)
The name QIQ comes from the phonetic combination of the word “kick” and the IQ component. The number of letters before the IQ component of the society name (Q, 1) is directly related to the one standard deviation above the mean required on an IQ performance for anyone to claim membership in the society.
Founded in 2011 by Dr Evangelos G. Katsioulis, QIQ Society sponsors international memberships. QIQ belongs to the group of IQ societies, that Dr Katsioulis found (QIQ, GRIQ, CIVIQ, HELLIQ and OLYMPIQ Societies) and it is the 24th member society of the WIN (World Intelligence Network).
QIQ, pronounced as and reminding of ‘kick’ stands as a well organized, first introduction of anyone into the high IQ world. The society members will interact with each other and with any other member of the WIN member societies either in the WIN boards or in the WIN Chat.