Stanford-Binet IQ test
The modern field of intelligence testing began with the
Stanford-Binet IQ test.
It is worth noting that Alfred
Binet, who created the IQ test
in 1904, was aiming to identify students who could benefit
from extra help in school: his assumption was that lower
IQ indicated the need for more teaching, not an inability
There have been five versions of the test.
Students with exceptional marks on this test may be deemed
gifted, highly gifted, extremely gifted, or profoundly gifted.
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