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                            This Guest paper was submitted for publication January 2010. It is copyright to Dr. Paul D. Giammalvo under the Creative Commons License 3.0 BY, NC, ND

                            PART 1 | Scoring Model Illustrated | Results | Malcolm Gladwell's "Outliers"
                            Anomalies or Observed Discrepancies in the Model
                            Limitations to this Research and Opportunities for Future Research
                            Conclusions and Recommendations

                            Introduction to Part 2

                            In Part 1 of this paper last month, we introduced the subject of professional qualifications that could be compared and how we selected them. We then described the development of rating criteria, our methodology and an explanation of the data categories we used, together with other factors. In this Part 2 we will illustrate the findings of our scoring model and discuss the results. We will conclude by pointing out the limitations of our study, yet draw conclusions and recommendations.

                            PART 1  PART 1

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