Intelligence Tests in Colleges and Universities
by Guy M. Whipple - 1922
The aim of this paper is to summarize a considerable portion of the work that has been done in administering intelligence tests to college students. The material at my command is doubtless not exhaustive, but it is sufficiently complete to indicate the general situation in this field of intelligence testing.
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