I always thought I was kinda smart in some ways
I got 110, was timed and just rushed the last half dozen answers, probably would've gotten higher if I didn't get distracted. It's the same when I'm doing math.
>tfw take too much time and get too distracted to reach my full potential
Math is all about applying yourself. You can be an intelligent person, but that intelligence is useless if you are too lazy to utilize it.
However don't let 4chan's insecure STEMfag culture fool you, mathematics isn't the only path to success in life
117 on an official test done by a psychiatrist.
>tfw smarter than all the people I surround myself with and they all call me incredibly smart
>feel like a retard whenever I meet genuinely intelligent people
>I avoid these test so i don't get more disappointed with myself.
As if that number would truly be your fault. It's impossible to justify being disappointed in yourself for that.
Actually I've gotten to the point where I can't place responsibility on anyone for anything. I used to feel I was responsible for my failures, or my parents were the problem; causality says otherwise.
It's not about how smarter you are
It's about how do you use your brain
Having a High IQ is pointless unless you do something with it, the difference resides in how much you try at shit and how you were trying
There is a theory that said that there are a lot of intelligences, maybe numbers aren't your strong one
Well you learned basic math what is stopping you from learning advanced math, just practice and practice till you fully understand them