Was tested by a psychologist for GATE classes when I was six.
All I know is that it's above 130 (the GATE minimum) and probably not above 140.
My sister and I are both within that range, but our parents wouldn't tell us what our scores were, for understandable reasons.
I still remember the things that I got "docked" for, and one of them pisses me off to this day.
The understandable one is that there was a picture, and I was supposed to identify what's missing: the picture was of an elephant, and its toenail things were missing from the back right foot.
The one that pisses me off is that, once again, I was supposed to identify what was missing from a picture: this time it was a cat, and what was supposedly missing was that it did not have a collar.
I'm not sure who writes these fucking tests, but since when did it a cat require a collar?
Considering my number would've been higher had I been dumb enough to think cats must have collars, I view the tests with a bit of skepticism.
I do, however, think they tend to point to something, "g", general intelligence, whatever you want to call it, but I don't believe in over-inflating the reality or importance of "g".
I do think I can generally get a sense, within ~5-10 points, of what someone's actual IQ is.
And I do think it tends to correlate reasonably well with how "intelligent" they are.