Slate: “Yes, IQ Really Matters”

by English Hound - Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 @ 12:34 PM

Professors David Hambrick and Christopher Chabris discuss the value of the SAT in predicting success in college and even beyond as the SAT is a test of general intelligence and has a high correlative value with IQ tests, which has been used to predict job performance, income, health and even longevity.

The SAT does predict success in college—not perfectly, but relatively well, especially given that it takes just a few hours to administer. And, unlike a “complex portrait” of a student’s life, it can be scored in an objective way.

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