Some Administrative Uses of Intelligence Tests in the Normal School
by Bessie Lee Gambrill — 1922
In the very brief time available for preparing this report it was impossible to attempt any general survey of the administrative uses of tests in the normal schools of the country. All that seemed feasible was to make a report of three years' experience with the Thorndike Intelligence Examination for High-School Graduates in the normal school with which the writer is connected, and to supplement this report by such data as could quickly be gathered from some normal schools that the writer knew had given intelligence tests.
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