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 Home > LEO Computers > LEOPEDIA > Articles, Reviews and Other Papers > QUIS LEO Aptitude Test

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." (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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