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Nov 10, 2005


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will spotts

I've been enjoying the statistical analysis.

Any idea of the range of variation on the SAT scores? (i.e. deviation from the mean scores and what the incidence of this is?)

Michael Kruse

I don't have anything other than the means although the distribution would be interesting wouldn't it? I have not looked so I don't know that it isn't publically avialable.

Thanks for your affirmation. I have two posts on economic status and one on Ethnicity coming before I try to tie this all together.

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