Re: bogus resume requirements

Subject: Re: bogus resume requirements
From: Kenn Murrah <kwmurrah -at- BILBO -dot- PIC -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 1995 21:32:32 -0500

At 4:04 PM 9/12/95 -0600, Matthew B. Hicks wrote:
>On Tue, 12 Sep 1995, Fred Wersan wrote:

>> There is an ad in the back of the Sept. issue of INTERCOM (an STC
>> that
>> asks candidates for a tech writing position to send a resume including GPA
> (3.6
>> or
>> above) and SAT scores (1400 or higher).

>Unless they've changed the scale since I took it, the highest score
>attainable on the SAT is 1400; higher than that and you're looking at a
>computer glitch. I guess they're looking for LUCKY people.

In the late 60s, the highest possible score was 1600.

Kenn Murrah
kwmurrah -at- pic -dot- net

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>this is MY internet account<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>I pay for it<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
>>>whether it reflects my employer's views is irrelevant<<<<<

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