I would see the question of the definition here of wisdom to first be a question of whether Tom uses any special definition as he has special meanings for entropy and Quality of Consciousness. As far as I can remember, Tom does not have any such special definition. So for reference, here is the definition from the Merriam-Webster on line dictionary.
Definition of WISDOM
1 a : accumulated philosophic or scientific learning : knowledge
b : ability to discern inner qualities and relationships : insight
c : good sense : judgment
d : generally accepted belief <challenges what has become accepted wisdom among many historians — Robert Darnton>
2: a wise attitude, belief, or course of action
3: the teachings of the ancient wise men
Bette is stating a definition of wisdom that is in line with dictionary usage. Unless someone can remind us, I would basically assume that Tom does also. I searched within the on line trilogy and find 69 references to wisdom. Tom has a good bit to say about wisdom as opposed to knowledge. I suggest that you go there and read through as many of these references to satisfy your question. Tom points out that knowledge is necessary to apply wisdom and that more knowledge does not equate to wisdom. If you search for quality of consciousness, you find 100 references. You could note and compare the two lists of pages and see if he speaks directly to your question on any pages that match on both lists. This would be a good approach to answering the question that I don't have time to apply right now.
There would certainly seem to be a correlation between wisdom and QOC, although I don't think that they are identical. You as an infant can have inherited a high QOC and low entropy, inherited in a sense, not the PMR genetic sense, from your previous incarnations, but you do not necessarily qualify as wise as you have no knowledge, no information available to you. It probably would be a valuable exercise if you could find the time to make the comparison I mentioned to you above. An easier way might be to go to the Index to MBT
on the Wiki to make the comparison as you could just copy each list of pages and place them in a file and make a readier comparison than on Google Books. http://wiki.my-big-toe.com/index.php/Index_Link_Page
As the Wiki index is a true index, and not just a listing of words, there are less pages referenced so the checking is less difficult.
Being curious myself, and having figured out a relatively quick way to check, I did so. There is only one common page listing, but there are 4 other lists of pages that are so close together that they could be discussing this question but not have the words on the same page. They are as follows in the order of my guess as to most pertinent.
I cannot guarantee that these are the only pertinent pages. I am just looking at relative contiguity of referenced pages. I will leave it to you to look up those few pages on Books.Google. http://books.google.com/books?id=RYHtBP ... &q&f=false