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Why Would A High School Test Their Students' IQs?

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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on September 6, 2002 21:04:54 UTC

Chris,

Congratulations on the IQ!

Proctors, psychometrists, whatnot don't come cheap, and children's IQs are usually measured when they're quite young, or if they're marginally "normal" (75-ish) and need to be tested every couple/few years (depending on state) to justify remaining in the school system's mainstream. I'm genuinely curious why it is your high school forked out the dough to test your IQ.

-LH

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