True Intelligence...

Anyone with any true intelligence knows that there is not an I.Q. test made that can possibly measure accurately the level of intelligence in anyone. It can only be used as a simple measure, a blurry snap-shot, of any one persons general range, but not enough to be relied upon for any use except possibly a basic institutional use for categorizing and indentifying those of special needs and/or learning disabilities.

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