Increasing Your IQ
IQ is often thought to be fixed at birth and yet studies indicate that IQ can be increased slightly by the educational system. It is only slight because most education revolves around memorising facts, which increases eidetic memory rather than leaning logic which increases IQ. Put simply, whilst memory tests need the ability to memorise data IQ test questions need logic to solve them. The two are different skills.
Learning logic and then thinking logically takes time and patience but an increase in IQ brings with it an increase in the ability to solve everyday problems which is socially useful. An IQ of over 150 brings with it the bonus of being able to invent which can be economically useful.
I always tell people that the best way of learning logic is to study and analyse the character Mr Spock in 'Star Trek.' Further studies can be of Ancient Greeks such as Plato.
Logic, when taught to those with learning difficulties and strokes can be beneficial so logic is a beneficial tool for both the Educational System, and the Health System.
Live long and prosper!