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How the well educated try to fail an SAT

Colin P. Fahey has a Masters in Physics from UC Irvine and a BA from Penn. He's a smart fellow. So as a challenge, he decided to try and take the SAT without getting a single question right. He almost succeeded -- he accidentally got two math questions right (how, he's not quite sure), and scored a combined 400 (people who leave the test entirely blank would've scored more). It's an actually interesting read about the history of the SAT and various IQ tests (and high IQ societies).

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