Message from Convo in Vibrant Diversity #general
i had bachelor's degree level reading and writing before hs
I scored 148 on one of the kid tests, I was 7. I've been tested twice in adulthood since then, scored 140 and 128. Low score was under duress, court-mandated psych eval. From what I understand the childhood scores tend to run a little high
I got 115 because I have shit tier math ability
According to Taleb the tails of bell curves are really hard to estimate anyway.
Everyone but Matty Midwest is a standard dev above white here and you know it
matty midwest btfo
Interestingly, the SAT comparison puts me at 136, between the two administered test scores.
GRE does not carry over to IQ
it depends on test taking skills
I read somewhere that general success/income correlate to IQ until around 120 or so and then reverses. It's basically the 'sperg factor.
My T cell count is at 150
I have some old C cells around somewhere
That matches well wtih my personal experience. I went to an exclusive STEM college and the dumber guys that actually graduated are the ones that are millionares in their 30s.
also smarter guys get phds but phds give you 20k for 5 years
so they might be poor in 30s but richer in the 40s
@Convo it requires a certain amount of intelligence to employ a test-taking strategy, does it not?
By income maybe but the 120IQ guys that make middle managment by 26 are wealtheir. Time value of money, nigga.
there are "test factories" in vietnam
they get kids and make them take the SAT over and over
they come out getting perfect scores
then they go to college in america
and fail out
That's why chingchongs fall off after 1st year university
I went to one
it's what made me good at the SAT
I didn't study for the SAT, I was drunk or high during the entire 4 years of high school. Took the test half drunk.
So the results can be skewed for unequal inputs, but likely hold for the vast majority of the population.
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NO, we need STETSONS
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