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An educational quotient, or EQ, is a score designed to assess a subject's level of general education. Though related to intelligence quotient, there is no direct correlation between the two[1]. A person of high IQ, may have a low EQ, and vice-versa. A person's EQ is generally found by dividing the results of their Wide Range Achievement Test by their IQ and multiplying by 100[2][3], or by dividing their Education Age by their Chronological Age and multiplying by 100[4][5].

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  1. Feinberg, Harry (November 1941). IQ correlated with EQ. Journal of Educational Psychology 32 (8): 617–623.
  2. Salopek, Thomas (1971). Achievement and intelligence in primary and elementary classes for the educable mentally retarded. Journal of School Psychology 9 (2): 150–156.
  3. Victor, Maurice (Summer 1990). Amnesia due to Lesions Confined to the Hippocampus: A Clinical-Pathologic Study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 2 (3): 246–257.
  4. Gregory, Chester (2009). Fundamentals of Educational Measurement with the Elements of Statistical Method, 191/404, BiblioBazaar, LLC, 2009.
  5. Sidhu, Kulbir (2005). New Approach To Measurement And Evaluation, Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
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