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The test I remember was a difficult set of problems that, if you passed it
with an A, gave some indications that you might have a fighting chance of
being successful with programming, as we then knew it.  Granted, times have
changed and the aptitude of the sixties may not reflect the needs of the
nineties.

As I said before, I am just in a grumpy mood today and wearing my
curmudgeon's hat at a more rakish angle than usual.

Richard


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On Mon, 9 Feb 1998 [log in to unmask] wrote:

> > I have long felt that applicants for the B.S. in computer science
> > should be first given the old-time IBM programming aptitude test
>  I trust these tests have improved?  While in college I took two
> aptitude tests.  One said I should definitely be a programmer,
> the other said I should definitely *not* be a programmer.
>

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