Coleman is currently 30 years old. When he was 15 years old, he took an intelligence test and was told that his IQ score was 110. If Coleman retakes the intelligence test now, he would likely discover that his current IQ score
A) is close to 220, double his previous score.
B) is close to 55, one half his previous score.
C) is similar to his previous score of 110.
D) has little relation to his early score because IQ scores tend to lack reliability.