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Will This Cause Claiborne To Fall?

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He and Bruce Campbell should have a lot to talk about...

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Omg madhatter's reaction to a guy with a learning disability scoring low on the wonderlic

"hurrr hurr ppl r furking stoopid"

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So you've taken or seen the test? Players always get dogged when there is a low score, so I was just curious.

I have taken simulation tests/past tests - I think one was posted a few months ago.

TBH, some people just aren't good at standardized testing. I know a lot of smart people that only made around 1000 (when it was best of 1600) on the SAT and had 4.0 GPAs. The Wonderlic is definitely easier than the SAT, but it is still timed - and people can get nervous and lose focus.

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Cool, very understandable, thanks Sapper

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Proof LSU is passing athletes regardless of work.

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The time is a major factor in the test. I forget the ratio but I think it's something like 50 questions in 10 minutes.

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Proof Every school is passing athletes regardless of work.

Fixed

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I could care less what he scores on a test as long as he is plucking balls out of the air from Brees and Ryan.

He will be, just for the Bucs....

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nice, so claiborne has a learning disability and PFT uses him as a poster child for how some student athletes aren't students? assuming that is true, it is pretty fuging shitty to dog on him like that. this is why scores like this should really remain private - as fun as it is to compare QB wonderlic scores or w/e, those tests should remain private I think, and be up to each athlete to share them.

fwiw, there are MANY students who simply struggle with anything that is timed, no matter how smart they are. It takes them a great deal of time to read and process things. I realize a 4 seems impossibly low (and it may be - I think that sometimes people put out low numbers like this to force the real number to be released) but his actual score to me is irrelevant if he truly has a learning disability.

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"Morris Claiborne has a learning disability"

http://www.sbnation....-nfl-draft-2012

I dont think the Bucs draft him anyway (they take Richardson), if the Jags take Floyd or someone else instead, I think he will be in Carolina.

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According to a study performed by professors from Towson, Fresno State, and Georgia, DB's and TE's had a negative correlation between the wonderlic and on-field performance. That means the lower the score, the better the player performed.

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This makes me wonder what dwayne jarrett scored? lol

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