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QUIS LEO Aptitude Test

Comprising Introduction and Explanation, Instructions for giving test, the test itself, correct answers’.  

Researcher comments: According to Roger Thompson, Thomas Raymond Thompson's (TRT's) son, QUIS was designed by TRT.  Frank Land states that "We did use QUIS for a long time and claimed that it was a more reliable test than the widely used IBM aptitude test... I suspect the LEO aptitude test is an understated pioneering effort from the LEO stable." John Hoey and Mike Moller said: "QUIS was widely used by the LEO community and regarded by many as better than the IBM aptitude test for identifying programming talent." (FL)

The document was initially digitised by John Hoey in Australia.

Date : 1964

This document has been scanned and is available to view online. Please note that copyright is retained by the original rights holder.
File Size: 3.08 MB

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH56324. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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