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Tests Tell Us Little about Talent: Although measures of academic skills are widely used to determine access to contested educational opportunities, especially in their upper ranges they lack utility for predicting professional achievement

Michael A. Wallach
American Scientist
Vol. 64, No. 1 (January-February 1976), pp. 57-63
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Tests Tell Us Little about Talent: Although measures of academic skills are widely used to determine access to contested educational opportunities, especially in their upper ranges they lack utility for predicting professional achievement
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