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From: core at (Charles Stevenson)
Subject: Totally Off Topic: Teach me how to measure my IQ

I took an IQ test once. Then they put me in special classes where I
got to play with puzzles and crap. It was fun. I think I scored 144
which is not the best but not the worst. But really intelligence is
subjective isn't it.


On Tue, Oct 01, 2002 at 01:52:30PM -0400, zan wrote:
> stanford-binet is language based, but is easily translate-able, but no 
> that is in no way an accurate representation of a question on that test, 
> it is (to repeat myself) G BASED, NON-LEARNED</shouting in your ear> 
> people who disreagrd IQ tests are afraid of the issues about thier 
> self-worth that they raise. so drop the "grapes are sour anyways" 
> attitude (see aesop for an explanation of that one)

  Charles Stevenson (core) <>
  Lab Assistant, College of Eastern Utah San Juan Campus

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