Okay, today is Friday, June 25, 2010, exactly 14 days since I took the Miller Analogies Test on Friday, June 11, 2010. My test results are:
Scaled score = 506. Range of scaled scores (they do not provide raw scores, which would be total # correct out of 100) runs from 200 to 600, with a mean of 400, and a standard deviation of 25 points. So, I scored a little past 4 standard deviations.
I AM NOT A HAPPY CAMPER! Although my score puts me in the top 1% of people who have taken this, for all intents and purposes, verbal IQ test, my score does NOT rise to the “Karavitis Standard”!
Although I could easily apply for entry into any of the high-IQ societies with this score, I do not feel that it represents what I am capable of. NO FUCKING WAY!
I intend on re-taking this exam by the end of this year.
(1) Here is a screenshot of the score results:
(2) An MAT score of 506 translates to an IQ of 168.
(3) For those of you who are wondering, the MAT is a better predictor of graduate school success than EITHER the GRE exam OR one’s undergraduate GPA. I have a link to a Powerpoint presentation that was made where the researcher discusses this.
(4) Here’s a link to an alleged conversion from scaled score to raw score.
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