Ashkenazi Jewish intelligence  

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Ashkenazi Jewish intelligence, often referred to as the "Jewish Genius", is a subject that explores why Ashkenazi Jews tend to have a higher intelligence than all other ethnic groups and excel disproportionately in many fields, and has been an occasional subject of scientific controversy.

The average IQ score of Ashkenazi Jews has been calculated to be from a range of 110–115, significantly higher than any other ethnic group in the world.

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