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Subject: RE: Letsrunners with high IQs, how do you manage to deal with average Joes?
Body: I meant to write "trumpets".
If that's accurate, my wife would qualify with her "OLD" SAT score, and while my wife is a bonafide genius, I wouldn't say a great SAT score necessarily shows brilliance. I'm glad to see though that only 100 people are in that society...means that a lot who could join decide not to. Seems odd to join a society that trumps your intelligence.
[quote]hey man wrote:
From the Prometheus Society website (which claims less than 100 members worldwide, so I assume Flagpole isn't one of them), the following all correspond to their minimum criteria of 1:30,000 intelligence:
Individuals with indicated minimum scores on these tests shall be entitled to the rights and privileges of Membership in the Prometheus Society:
Cattell Culture Fair III (A+B): a raw score of 88 obtained at an age of 16 years of age or older (taken prior to 2008)
GRE (“old”): a score of 1610 on the “old” GRE (taken before October 1, 1981)
LAIT: a score of 164 scored before December 31, 1993
MAT (“new”): a score of 500
MAT (“old”): a score of 98
Mega: a raw score of 36 (taken prior to April 24, 1999)
Mega27: a score of 21 (taken prior to November 27, 1999, only when accompanied by a validated score on an accepted test for demonstrating a 1-in-1,000 cognitive ability)
SAT (“old”): a score of 1560 (taken before April 1, 1995)
Stanford Binet 5: a score of 160
Titan: a raw score of 36 (taken prior to April 24, 1999)
WAIS-III: a raw summed full scale score of 189 (taken prior to 2008)
WAIS-R: a score of 160 obtained at an age of 16 years or older (taken prior to 2008)
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