They were enthusiastic and asked the presenters a lot of intelligent questions," Mayo said.
What does IQ stand for?
IQ stands for Intelligent Question
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of IQ
We have 10 other meanings of IQ in our Acronym Attic
- Indication of Quality (Nortel)
- Indy Quotient (computer game score)
- Information Quality
- Inhibitory Quotient
- Initial Qualification Training
- Input Queuing
- Installation Qualification
- Insufficient Quantity
- Insurquote Systems Inc.
- Intelligence Quotient
- Intervencion Quirurgica (Spanish: Surgical Procedure)
- Inverse Quantization
- Investissement Québec (French)
- Invoice Query System (Sprint)
- Iraq (country code, top level domain)
- Irrelevant Question (polygraphy)
- Issue Queue
- United States miscellaneous Pacific Islands Outlying Areas (including Kingman Reef)
- ISQED (International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design) Quality Award (est. 2007)
- Inverse Quantization and Inverse Zig-Zag Ordering
Samples in periodicals archive:
Meanwhile, from the consumer standpoint, who can argue with providing families enough information to at least ask intelligent questions about facilities (although administrators had better start beefing up their phone-answering staffs soon, if they haven't already).
Such consultive selling efforts also require more time and preparation because you have to ask all those intelligent questions and properly interpret the answers.