The company where I work was one that was selected to help test a program build by students of some universities. It was an IQ test that houses live updates of the way scores are calculated.
Basically IQ scores always have 100 in the center of the curve, so if a lot of people do a test and a lot score around 105 instead of 100, the scoring has to be moved to get the center back to 100.
The program they made does that in real time, plus some other things to make it special but I wont go into that too much.
what I remembered from the explanation, so might be slightly wrong, is that it was a program that could be put on any computer. It then sends data to the main server thingy and makes sure you get a score based on the baseline you set. Like age, education, and other things you want it to consider when calculating the 100. The score you get is one calculated against a certain reference group because that is the tool they wanted to make (so if you score against university professors, the baseline is still turned down to 100), for funs you also get a score that is put against all other data to get a more “real IQ”.
You are like me and accidentally manage to switch off the internet connection. I did the test, but nothing was ever communicated with the server so it would never calculate anything the way it was supposed to… And just like that I got my IQ.
So yeah… Hope you all have a good day!