Statistically speaking

Sex has always been a popular topic of discussion on college campuses. However, what is being discussed may differ depending on the IQs of the students involved. Recent studies have revealed the correlation between intelligence and sexual activity on campuses nationwide — namely that one’s sexual prowess is inversely proportional to one’s IQ.

IQ range for adolescents least likely to be virgins: 70–110

Percentage of college students nationwide who are virgins: 13

Percentage of graduate students at MIT who are virgins: 35

Percentage of undergraduate students at Harvard University who are virgins: 41

Percentage of biochemistry and math majors at Wellesley College who are virgins: 83

Percentage of English majors at Wellesley who are virgins: 50

Percentage of studio art majors at Wellesley who are virgins: 0