Tag Archives: SAT

Test-Optional Schools Grow & Now Include U of Chicago

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From the Ridiculous to the Sublime

Crabby makes a few end of summer suggestions… Who knew that a movie made in 1989 with the flimsiest story and oldest high school students you can imagine would strike so closely at the absurdities of the college admission process? … Continue reading

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Achievement and Standardized Testing

Back in 2001, Richard Atkinson, then president of the University of California system, sent shock waves through the testing community by suggesting that he would recommend dropping the SAT I in favor of the SAT II. The SAT II, unlike … Continue reading

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That Crazy, Mixed-up SAT!

Crabby gets testy… Holy heaving Jeebus, the College Board has decided to change the SAT again! Well, that’s just great. This time around it seems like they’re playing a drunken game of Mr. Potatohead, with the nose going in an … Continue reading

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When Will We Learn?

A new report comparing the college performance of students who submitted standardized test scores for admission and those who didn’t finds that there are no significant differences between them. In other words, whether or not testing was used for admission, … Continue reading

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Fishing in Deeper Waters

“See you now;                                                                           … Continue reading

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