I hope everyone realized that IQ is just a number, and not a very reliable number at that. IQ scores can vary under the moment you took the test (morning, evening, did you sleep well, are you not ill, your girl/boy-friend didn't leave the day before, etc).
My IQ scores show mostly between the 125 to 130. Considering whoever took that test from me, they keep in mind it could be lower or higher, as I am pretty prone to make loads of mistakes when under pressure, influencing the outcome of the test (which already shows how reliable the test is from the start), but I'm quite an actor, so people can hardly see how I truly feel (influencing that psychologist's judgment).
Now IQ scores should how how well you can do logic thinking, which logic as in physical logic. Like how a machine works, how computer languages work, understanding mathematical formulas etc. There's also EQ, which should show how well you should understand human emotion. And I've also heard of SQ, and that is understanding why people do the things they do.
In the end IQ tells you little. Having IQ tells nothing about how well you can schedule, keep track of your own business let alone of that of a company, being representative, your ability to work under pressure, how well you know the value of money, your ability to keep your hands off drugs, your temper, your ability to behave in front of members of the opposite sex, your manners, your emotional strength, and many more things.... And a lot of people don't think about it, that some of those abilities (and among some people all of them) can be pretty bad sometimes with high-IQ people (not that low IQ people are that much better).