Friday, October 01, 2004

Google Blog: Pencils down, people

Google Blog: Pencils down, people "We're a little obsessive about digging into hard computing problems, and we love finding more people like us. One way we find obsessive smart problem-solvers is by using a standardized test. Now standardized tests can suck, especially since you usually take them to become a broke student for years on end. Which can lead to starting a career that, if you're lucky, might eventually lead to a really cool job.
But what if there were a standardized test that led, like, immediately to the really cool job? What if, for instance, there was a Google Labs Aptitude Test?"

Includes links to the GLAT test pages, in case you haven't already recieved the test as an insert in the Communications of the ACM or another publication.
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