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what is the IQ of your average engineering, math, physics, and chemistry undergrad? PhD candidate? is their a minimum IQ required to be able to complete a bachelors?
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You could have an IQ of 500 but if you're lazy and disinterested and unmotivated an impatient then someone with 100 IQ who's interested and motivated and determined and proactive will probably do better than you
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Should I get a PhD on QFT/String Theory? I have money and free time.



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