This chart comes from an article about religious faiths and standardized test scores. I’d always attributed my good SATs to reading a lot and luck. But I guess that as a Jewblooded UU I was predisposed to success. Not that SATs actually mean anything.
|Average SAT score by religion for 2002, average ~1000, about 40% of each students take it|
|Reformed Church of America||1097|
|Evangelical Lutheran Church||1094|
|Presbyterian Church (USA)||1092|