Re: Peyton Manning scores 1030 on SAT's
posted at 3/31/2013 1:29 PM EDT
In response to RidingWithTheKingII's comment:
In response to alfred-e-bob-neumier's comment:
Look..congratulations to all those who rose above their poor educations, their ADD, their problems at home that kept them from studying, their lack of nuturing at home, and their talents in other areas....but, in fact, the SAT's DO measure likely ability to succeed at a university and beyond...that's what most standarized tests like these do..that's why they exist...I'm glad for you that you rose above your circumstances and did well..the world is full of those in your shoes....it's also far more replete with those who have suceeded well AND did well on things like SATs, LSAT's, MCAT's etc...look, ,I salute you if you went to not great schools and rose above...but typically, that's not the case...so feel good about yourself and your good fortune....and as far as 42 goes...man, you are one sick dude...I bet you have nightmares with the Burger King King trying to bu*ger you while you sleep...seek help...
Yeah, Gunty has no friends and no life, so his source of socialization comes from here. It's just mindboggling that some here align with him, to give him that leverage he thinks he maintains.
As for the SATs, they are also a little overrated in the sense that most 16 year olds aren't fully developed yet. Heck, I was the youngest kid in my grade, so I was 15 and half when I took mine.
I should have graduated a year later than I did, but what's the point of wasting a year? Makes sense. But, to expect a 16 year old kid to nail one test at 7 AM on a Saturday morning is also a little overrated.
Anyway, I look at SATs like the combine. It's one day, it's one test, but you can see who the level that each student is at, too. We all knew who the REALLy smart kids were, who the intelligent but flawed kids were and who the dumb ones were.
So, a good thing to look at, but also overrated.
SAT=Stupid A** Test
and 16 year olds aren't "fully developed"? hell a whole lot of the human race isn't
you sure as hell ain't