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kw_a: #32 of 2,230,000
kw_b1: #52 of 37,800
kw_b2: #5 of 2,350
kw_b3: #159 of 388,000
kw_b4: >339 of 13,300
kw_a kw_b1: #1 of 290
kw_a kw_b2: #1 of 482
kw_a kw_b3: #1 of 393
kw_a kw_b4: #1 of 86
kw_b1 kw_a: #1 of 290
kw_b2 kw_a: #1 of 482
kw_b3 kw_a: #1 of 393
kw_b4 kw_a: #1 of 86
In fact as an interesting sideshow, anyone care to post their official IQ i.e. tested, just to obtain a crude gauge on my hypothesis.
I'll start with mine (5 years ago though!) - 152
Unfortunately, the KWP may be reasonably "competitive" (# of sites found by GG), but it is not extremely "popular" (# of searches as reported by Overture) --around 83,000 in April. (This is a site I created just for fun, so I do not care about either statistic, anyway...)
As for the IQ question: that's only meaningful if you state *which* test measured it (or more precisely: if you know the test's standard deviation). The only score that is (or should be) the same on all tests is 100; but 132 on one test (with an SD of 16) can correspond with 140 on another (with SD 20). Therefore, "percentile scores" are often used instead of IQ scores (e.g., 99th percentile or top 1%).
My own best score (on a test I took about 10 years ago) was 174 on a test with SD 16 --i.e., roughly 4.5 SD above the mean, which supposedly corresponds with the 1 in 1,000,000 level... :-)
Of course, all this, plus one dollar, may buy me a cup of coffee in New York.