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Bypassing the SAT Altogether

A look at how students can bypass the SAT to get into a reputable college. “It’s kind of declaring war on the whole rigmarole of college admissions and the failure to foreground the curriculum and learning,” Leon Botstein, Bard’s president of 38 years, said in an interview. Saying the prevailing system was “loaded with a … Continue reading Bypassing the SAT Altogether →

Will More Prominent Colleges Abandon the SAT?

Flickr:Albertogp By Chris Thompson For college-bound students, scoring high on the SAT has always been imperative to getting admitted into universities and colleges of stature. Admissions offices traditionally weigh SAT scores as one of the predominant factors in offering acceptance letters to students. And though that’s still the case for many elite universities, more higher … Continue reading Will More Prominent Colleges Abandon the SAT? →

One Mom’s Quest to Ace the SAT Alongside Her Son

Test prep is a massive, multi-billion dollar industry. That’s no surprise, considering the significance we place on testing. Say what you want about SATs and GREs and MCATs failing to fully represent a student’s skills or college readiness. Say what you want about schools looking at other factors when deciding who to accept. Tests still … Continue reading One Mom’s Quest to Ace the SAT Alongside Her Son →

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