i'm not suggesting that is trolling, but i can see how it would be considered that by some.
in any case
the nature of IQ tests are such that if you train for them the score is not accurate.
it's like knowing the answers to a test already before sitting down to write it
i don't doubt your IQ is fairly high, just by reading your posts, but i doubt training for the test makes you more intelligent.
Iq tests measure Iq. If you can do well at them you have a high iq no mater how you managae it (as long as you are not cheating) The experts say you cant learn for Iq tests or improve your scores through familiarity and practice but that is bunkum.
I left high school with a measured IQ of about 120. At university it went up to the mid 130s I also learned how to have a photographic memeory and went into my examms able to see a hundred pages of lecture notes from the year verbatim as I answered the questions. After reading about president kennedy's success, I also taught myself to speed read so that i could read understand and remember a page as fast as i could turn it. Those skills enable one also to improve your IQ.
when i started teaching and got involved with Iq testing of students i bumped it up to 160 plus as a sort of cahllenge to see how high I could go.
The highest consistent scores i have had were in the 180s Today i have dropped back considerably because it no longer challenges or interests me.. It depends a little on the forms of intelligence being tested and the weighting in each test type. I do most well on verbal and logic tests, and more poorly on spatial tests. but you can learn how to improve on your areas of weakness too.