## Statistics explained## I.Q. Tests for the High Range |

- Accepting high-range mental ability tests for admission purposes
- Balanced
*g*factor loading - Compound variables
- Congruence coefficient
- Correction for attenuation
- Correlation
- Correlation with national I.Q.'s
- Covariance
*g*factor- Estimated
*g*factor loading - Frequently encountered fallacies regarding test-related statistics
- Hardness
- I.Q.
- Median
- Motivation for secrecy
- Normalization
- Number of candidates (
*n*) - Preliminary norms
- Proportion outscored
- Protonorms
- Qualified average I.Q.
- Quality
- Quality of norms
- Quartile deviation
- Range
- Rank equation
- Raw score
- Reliability
- Resolution
- Robustness
- Section statistics
- Standard deviation
- Standard error of measurement
- Standard score
- Test data structure
- Total proportion selected on two tests with known correlation
- T-scores
- Variance
- Weighted median
- Z-score equation