He is still a dumbass though, don't worry. I scored a 1460 on my SAT, and it means absolutely nothing. It means I was good at easy, quick math, could read, and got damn lucky on a few analogies. Now I am just praying, hoping I can score a 170 on the LSAT, which is much, much more practical than the SAT, minus the length of intense concentration required to do well.
I know. I'll post my SAT score and then he can call me some more names. Let's see how many sentences he can squeeze toilet into. (into which) Verbal 540 Math 710 - these are the scores from 30 years ago. I don't know if they changed the scale.
Actually, much like the LSAT, the test has become more difficult over the years. Especially after 1993. THis is the reason those "genius" groups or whatever they are have a higher standard if you use the SAT as a qualifier for people who took the SAT earlier. Example: After 1993; 1300 SAT=135 IQ Before:1370=135 IQ/ These numbers are by no means precise. But the higher score necessary for older SAT's shows that they were easier.