I always score between 132 and 140. Last one I did was 138. I know that haldol helps at a low dose- my studying is easier, I blew through 200 pages of LSAT test guide today. I also asked my psychologist, he says its upper 130's. Boy am I manic-depressive and also organized as ■■■■, also not really experiencing any significant negative symptoms.
By the way, I found this study in the lab like two years ago about two weeks after it was published. I'm just glad it is getting publicity, and I am glad that there are others like me.
Now to actually use my IQ and become a lawyer...registered for LSAT, practice is going well. I was in grad school for psychology, but I was just going to be directed into advocacy, and lawyers are advocates, with less years in school and higher salaries. Also, LSAT is way more fun than statistics and cognitive assessments.