College News and Departmenal Notes: Educational Psychology
by Departmental notes - 1919
The Intelligence Examination devised by Dr. Thorndike for the measurement of high school graduates, especially with reference to their admission to colleges and professional schools, was widely used this fall. About 250 candidates sought entrance to Columbia College by this alternative plan. Many of them were gifted young men who could not have had the advantage of a college education at Columbia under preceding regulations.
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