The Use of Psychological Tests in the Administration of Colleges of Liberal Arts for Women
by Agnes L. Rogers - 1922
At one time in their history there was little danger of the Women's Colleges of Liberal Arts receiving students who were unlikely to benefit by a higher education. Women who sought college training were in general of high intellect and character. The road to college in those days, however, had to be stormed by women, whereas at the present time it is an open highway. Thus candidates for admission have greatly increased in number and represent a more varied sample of interests and abilities than in the past. It is most improbable that only the industrious, the studious, and the intellectually gifted now apply for entrance.
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