Are you a blogaholic?

What really gets me is that the test claims to have been done by over 10,000 people…

Are You A Blogaholic? Results
Your Score: 36 / 100


36.0% 36.0 points out of 100


43.2% 43.2 points out of 100

10400 people have taken this silly test so far.

6470 people have scored higher than you.

3059 people have scored lower than you.

871 people made the same grade as you.
What does this mean? *
36 points is in the 21 through 50 precent
You are a casual weblogger. You only blog when you have nothing better to do, which is not very often. There’s nothing wrong with that. But if you’d post a little more often, you’d make your readers very happy.

* These results are just for fun. Do not sue me. Have a sense of humour.

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1 Response to Are you a blogaholic?

  1. steepholm says:

    I’m not so impressed with that rebuttal, which strikes many of the complacent grace notes that defences of institutional bias generally do. I’m not so bothered about how hard David Lammy had to try to get hold of the figures, but it would be quite disingenuous for Oxbridge to lay the whole fault at the door of the state school system, as if they were hermetically sealed off from the world of secondary education and had no responsibility to widening access other than that of sitting on their bottoms and waiting to see what applications rolled in. (It also means that things need never change, given that private schools will always have better facilities, lower student-teacher ratios, etc. This is just a recipe for a self-perpetuating elite, which is not at all the same thing as a meritocracy.)

    All that’s quite apart from any concscious or unconscious bias in selection once applications do arrive – which does exist, though seldom voiced as explicitly as in the anecdote I’ve linked to.

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