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Source:  The New York Times

“Mathematics, science, being able to use the English language: These tests don’t measure it and they don’t improve it — so why do they exist?” the president of Bard College says early in “The Test and the Art of Thinking,” a documentary about the SAT exam.

His sentiment is echoed throughout this insightful film as the director, Michael Arlen Davis, interviews dozens of exasperated students, academics and others who declare that the SAT (and the ACT) fail to accurately gauge potential, ability or creativity.

Read the story at The New York Times. 

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