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Re: It might depend on how you define "bright"
Thu Sep 13, 2007 7:46pm (XFF: unknown)

I would be interested in that info. Hard to say what would be better, maybe a WJ achievement test. It would have to be a test that the public would not be able to get their hands on. There is something called the practice effect too, and since you can take the SAT as often as you like, that is a problem also.


  • as someone with an IQ of 100 is doubtful, I would think, to score 700+ on either section of the SAT at age 13 or before even with weekly prep from a parent. You can take a person with an average IQ... more
    • Re: It might depend on how you define "bright" — Hanna, Thu Sep 13 7:46pm
      • I read the chart and am surprised a bit by how *low* the average number of points gained when retested fairly soon after first tested is, and I suspect it is lower for someone with an IQ of say 100... more
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