Internet dating for smart people
There are loads of other holes in the "smart people should only date other smart people" theory, too. Fisher said, “It’s not unlike saying I read a lot of books and I’m looking for someone else who reads a lot of books. Graduates of Ivy Leagues may generally be pretty smart, but plenty of smart people exist outside of the Ivy League system, too.
And lastly, let’s not forget that IQ scores in and of themselves aren’t the be all, end all measure of intelligence.
Why would you shut a budding friendship or relationship down just because of one specific interest? Note, too, that the Smartest Singles in America infographic states at the bottom that the data used to make it was based on the top 20 cities with the highest percentage of Ivy League graduates on Match.
You could be missing out on something really cool, even if at first glance you seem totally different from each other. I feel like I’m beating everyone over the head with the same point over and over again at this point, but seriously.
This is simply an example of one type of guy and in this case, it’s the cliche “Math Genius” who is good with numbers, but not girls.
In the example above, the Math Genius doesn’t know a lot about how to attract women and succeed at dating or relationships, but he does know a lot about mathematics.
Dan Bacon is a dating and relationship expert and the author of The Flow, an e Book that teaches you the easiest way to get laid or get a girlfriend.
Take, for an example, a Mensa member quoted in an article about the collaboration on CNN: The now-55-year-old woman, who graduated high school in three years, college in two and a half, and has a law degree from Georgia State University, didn’t date for a really long time because she couldn’t find anyone who was “interesting enough.” She said she doesn’t generally get along with athletes or sports fans, because “I’m looking for people who are intellectually curious.They can be useful to some degree — but as David Brooks wrote in the New York Times back in 2007, we’re still not totally sure what it measures. It measures something, but it’s not clear what it is or whether it’s good at predicting how people will do in life.” Ultimately, an IQ score is just a number.