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>>**My feeling is that I'd never want a client (or employer) who was obsessed
>>such things. **
>Can I throw some calming water on this fire?
>First, the hiring manager made it plain that they aren't *obsessed* by
>high SAT scores or high GPAs. It's just part of their matrix. They only seem
They may not be "obsessed", but if they don't want to even see the resumes
people who acheived lower scores than the ones given, then those scores
effectively become make-it-or-break-it requirements.
Connie E Winch
cew -at- macola -dot- usa -dot- com