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2-03-2008 @ 9:22AM
IQ doesn't mean much either. I won't get into the innacuracies of intelligence testing, but I will say that there are a great many very smart people with personality problems that can get in the way of useful contribution. On the other hand, someone around normal intelligence can be very dilligent and organised, allowing them to make astute observations, just taking slightly longer to do so.Conduct is the key to being a useful contributer, and it is true; younger people are less likely to have learned proper conduct than older people.
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