Above-average bias in IQ results?;Letter

2nd July 1999 at 01:00
Does a study of 130 above-average sixth-formers and junior Mensa members really justify the front-page headline "IQ has no impact on exam success" (TES, June 18)?

Geoff Tennant. 171 Fortis Green Road. Muswell Hill. London N10.

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