Possibly, but what I was pointing out was that I “gamed” the IQ tests. Since they are usually constructed such that it’s extremely difficult to finish answering all the questions and do all the math within the time limits. The amount one DOES finish is an indication of one’s IQ. Since I had prior knowledge and had even worked out the math ones at home, the fact that I finished very early gave a false view of my capability (which didn’t bother me. ). So, whatever IQ the tests showed were certainly far higher than my real IQ.
I understand that Isaac Asimov had a hobby of breaking IQ tests. Sure, he was a sharp guy, and judging from his career output, a very driven, hard working man, but he considered the concept of IQ testing to be highly flawed, and liked to demonstrate it by taking IQ tests, studying them, and scoring around 200-250, just to show the ridiculousness of the concept.
Speaking of musicians, I remember reading somewhere that there was a high correlation between IQ scores and the ability of a person to beat a rhythm with a stick in steady time. That must mean that the best drummers really are geniuses. Alas, that I play trombone.