So I reckon if you can get Geo to tell you what his IQ is then you'll have your number.
When I was in 5th grade, I was shuttled to Stonybrook University for a battery of special IQ tests. From that point on, I was in specific honors classes until 10th grade, when I was alllowed to start taking a limited number of college credit bearing courses.
Due to the fact that my family didn't have a lot of money, I went to the local community college. I had already completed a full semester of courses while in High School. My High School transcript probably would have been better if I actually attended more classes rather than hang out with my future wife.
I finished my education at Hofstra University, where prices at the time were something like $8000 per term (Its now $11,900). Since one class at community college I only had a 3.5 in, I was not given a full scholarship. However, my complete college education ran just over $2000. I never bought any books while at school. They were too expensive, so I would just read someone else's texts during lunch.
It then paid itself back as I began to teach philosophy for credits and various stipends right after graduation. I should have kept doing that - it was before you were required an actual teaching certification and I probably could have been grandfathered in with a nice pension waiting. I was offered the teaching position due to numbers that came out of a computerized homework system we had - you logged in and it came up with results for how long it took you to complete an assignment. My entire semester's homework was completed in less time than was allocated for a single day. This got some attention, including having a professor watch me complete an assignment to prove I wasn't cheating. The 15 question assignment was allowed 40 minutes to complete. I was finished in 1 minute, 8 seconds.
I could come up with a number for you, but I've never seen two actual IQ tests come up with the same number, and I really don't believe what they represent (a ratio of how fast an individual learns compared to an average individual).
Yes, I promise this is all true.