Did you even read the article before posting it other than to cherry pick some random fact from it? They only accepted applicants that ranged from 20-27 on their scale. The average applicant scoring 21-22 which equated to an IQ of 104 which is in the average range. A low applicant of 20 still wouldn't fall into the below average range of IQ. And that's the point of the article...As long as they applied the range consistently, neither the high IQ nor the low IQ person could argue it was discrimination. Not to mention you are implying that one department out of 18,000+ nationally is indicative of the other 17,999+ departments which is simply foolish.