Google "writing sample analyzer"...it doesn't always work because I had some stuff at the ninth grade level people still didn't understand.
The ugly truth about academia is that they continually create new and new classifications and you are deemed intelligent or un-intelligent based upon your ability to replicate the classifications the university presents.
In simpler terms, you memorize a bunch of classifications as to how reality works and then the university system gives you a degree which is equivalent to a lottery ticket for the job market.
It is an institution based upon pure risk. Even if you get high grades, for most positions you are competing against other people with the same high grades and they just pick the person who gets the job (ie the winner) out of a hat.
University is classification memorization as a made up interpretation of how the world works. If functions much like an organism, where a group of classifications results in a new set of classifications with these classifications being the means in which they expect you to carve out reality.