1) MY IQ is about 135. I scored a 90 in the test your self book (I freaked out at the time limit. I ended up finishing a 45 minute test in 20, and I wasn't interested enough to take it again). My highest score was a 147 on a really lame website. I used to consistently score in the 120s, but now I'm in the 130s (it's rather recent development, but several tests have confirmed it. I really should take a test in real life, though). I've taken the International High IQ Society's test, and I qualify (But by only getting in by 10 points, I'd probably be one of the "stupid" people there).
2) I pick up languages (cultural, not programming) remarkably quickly, probably due to my ability to memorize massive amounts of information, which I put to good use learning the vocab. I'm analytical and rational (most of the time) which makes me seem smarter than I am (also works in conjunction with my memory). Both of these traits make me good at science, and to a lesser degree, mathematics. I also have a certain amount of creativity, I am musical and have a budding artistic side.
3) I have minimal figurative language skills. The only expressions I know and can use properly are ones that I have memorized and figured after trial and error, with a lot observation. Because of this, metaphors and slang make no sense to me. I usually end up answering rhetorical questions and taking everything literally (mostly because I have no other way to interpret it). In addition, I am unable to empathize with others effectively, which impedes me socially. I can't carry a conversation with most people (I read textbooks, research articles, and assorted science books for fun), nor can I help people with their emotional problems (which is really ironic, because a friend of mine comes to me for help...).
In the end, my rather useless abilities won't get me far in a life unless I find a job that involves learning languages and studying plants (I love biology, plant biology is the best!), and dismal social skills are part of a vicious, never ending cycle were I don't socialize because it's hard, so I read books, causing my social skills to atrophy even more. It's really depressing, but for some reason, I don't really care (sorry for the oxymoron).