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In Big Bang Theory, Sheldon occasionally brags about his IQ which is very high (187), and his best friend Leonard has a whooping 173. Its clear Sheldon does not think Howard to be smart enough because he is mere engineer

However what is the IQ of Raj, because he is only one who gets the chance to work with Sheldon.

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As far as I know, this has never been revealed either on the show or in any sort of interview with show runners/writers. –  jlmcdonald Oct 25 '12 at 21:11
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Raj never worked with Sheldon. He worked FOR Sheldon. –  MyCodeSucks Oct 21 '13 at 17:20
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No IQ scores for either Raj or Howard have been stated.

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Unfortunately it has never been mentioned on the show but I too have wondered what the others IQ's are. I believe that based on how Sheldon believed that Raj knew what the anthropic principle was and believed Leonard did not could mean that Raj may be possibly smarter than Leonard. I am a big fan of the show and think that the order of IQ is...

  1. Sheldon (187)
  2. Amy (between 180-185)
  3. Kripke (maybe around 176-183)
  4. Raj (between 174-179)
  5. Leonard (173)
  6. Bernadett (between 170-175)
  7. Howard (between 160-165)
  8. Stuart (maybe around 120-130)
  9. Penny (maybe around 95-105)

Now this is completely based off of my opinion from watching the show, but I hope this helped.

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If you can toss in something about how you arrive to these conclusions, that would make this a fantastic answer. –  TylerShads Oct 18 '13 at 13:41
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"Sheldon believed that Raj knew what the anthropic principle was and believed Leonard did not" - That could also be because he maybe thought an astrophysicist (like Raj) was much more likely to know about the anthropic principle (which is a common theme in cosmology) than an experimental physicist (like Leonard) and might have been one of Sheldon's usual statements about experimental physics not being as relevant as theoretical physics. It need not necessarily have come from a general judgement of Raj being more intelligent than Leonard. –  Napoleon Wilson Oct 18 '13 at 15:14
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