CLUE_Game___[1][1] - And the answer is. . POVERTY Clue...

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CLUES!!!! The game where you are given three clues to get the right answer. A correct answer on the first clue will yield you fifteen points, the second ten, and the third five. GOOD LUCK!!
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Clue #1-15 points This is the decisive force in determining where an individual will end up on the social scale.
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Clue #2-10 points the skilled use of reason, the ability to apply knowledge to manipulate one's environment or to think abstractly as measured by objective criteria.
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Clue #3-5 points I.Q. test is a measure of this.
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And the answer is………. INTELLIGENCE
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Clue #1-15 points Low I.Q. is a strong precursor to ___________, even more so than the socioeconomic conditions in which people grow.
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Clue #2-10 points Low I.Q. leads to lower class job, lower class job leads to lower salary, lower salary leads to this.
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Clue #3-5 Points the state of one who lacks a usual or socially acceptable amount of money or material possessions.
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Unformatted text preview: And the answer is. . POVERTY Clue #1-15 points This institute transformed from a place for northeastern socioeconomic elite to a place for the brightest of the bright in just 8 years. Clue #2-10 points The dean of this institution, Wilbur J. Bender, noticed this transformation and asked: would being part of the super elite and in a high prestige institution be good for the healthy development of a able 18-22 year olds, or would it tend to be a warping and narrowing experience? Clue #3-5 points In 1952, this college excepted primarily white Christian northeaster's. In the 1960s, this school started accepting students from all over with a raise in S.A.T. scores by 100 points. And the answer is. . HARVARD Thank You For Playing Created by: Adam Kelsall Rosalind Haines Dritan Gorre Sharon Webb Loraine Robinson Lovetta Kargobai Abbie Tuffs...
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