A guy at Cal Tech has posted findings from a brilliant research project. He gathered lists of the ten most popular books at each college on Facebook, and then compared it to the average SAT school at each college. The result: an average SAT score for each book.

Among the “dumbest” books are The Purpose Driven Life, Fahrenheit 451 (MA will be unsuprised), and The Holy Bible. The smartest books include Lolita, Catch-22, and Freakonomics.

Interestingly, six of the 12 “dumbest” books come from African American literature. Assuming that those books were most popular at traditionally black colleges, their position at the bottom of the table might reflect the SAT’s white bias.