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The SATS Should Bring Back Analogies

A mastery of words paves the way to serious reading, while the writing test only paves the way to semiliterate prose.

Cheap Micro-Sats

Waging and preventing war are the foundations of national security. Innovative companies across the country are working on products for tomorrow's fight. Here's...

Why Are There No Summer SATs?

The College Board recently got into a lot of hot water when it revealed a plan to offer the SAT in August — but only for students enrolled in an exclusive $4,500...

Our Love-Hate Relationship With the SATs

There is little love for the SAT. How little, you ask? When a massive cheating scandal erupted this fall, fewer people rushed to defend the test than rose to...

Money: SATs for J-O-B-S

Applied for a job lately? Then your prospective employer probably knows how you spend your Saturday nights. Your could-be boss may also know more about your...

Should SATs Matter?

For the past two weeks, Time has been asking famous and accomplished people to tell us their SAT scores. Most of them declined — which is a little strange, since...

Education: Testing: S.A.T.s under Fire

S.A.T.s Under Fire With the snows of winter comes a traumatic experience for 1,400,000 of the nation's preparatory and high school students: they must suffer...

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