Read the following conclusion (adapted from http://www.vanguard.edu/uploadedFiles/WritingCenter/Introductions%20&%20Conclusions.pdf).
Even more so than intelligence tests, then, tests of creativity have failed to satisfy the expectations they were designed to meet. Except for certain targeted research purposes,
creativity tests (and the thinking that underlies them) have made little difference in the broader research and educational communities. They have, however, triggered some constructive reactions among researchers.