SLSE I Proposed Norm
hriqtests.com, November 2018
SLSE I has been one of the most thorough and balanced high range tests around (probalby coming second after NVCPE-R). Wide variety of ideas, normal-like distribution of scores, decent correlation indexes.
Years have passed since its creation and several attempts to compromise it were made (probably in terms of vaingloriousness, as if joining any top society would change anyone’s life). However, taking everything into account and renorming it, could help it get seriously “back in game”.
Of course, there is lack of data. So, as described in the title,it’s a proposition. What I had in hands are scores reported to me and these two relevant pages. Page 1 Page 2
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Correlation indexes with supervised tests follow.
Tests used: WAIS, RAPM, CCFIT III, CFT20-R, Unknown Mensa Entrance Tests.
Supervised1 includes ceiling scores. These scores are excluded from Supervised2 category.