Very often I read that the distribution of IQ-test results is normal. However, the IQ-scale is left-censored, i.e. test results cannot be lower than zero. The normal distribution, however, is usually not bounded, neither on the left nor right side.
Thus, is it correct to say that left-censored data like IQ-test results is normally distributed?
(Not sure if the term 'censored' is used correctly in this question)