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Should Colleges Use SAT Scores In Their Decision Of Who To Admit?
Colleges should use SAT scores in their decision of who to admit.
SAT testing is a practical way to determine a student's knowledge.
SAT testing prepares students for tests that they will take in college.
SAT scores help equalize the differences between student performance across school districts and across the rest of the world.
SAT testing is standardized, so it can give colleges a better idea of where a specific student is, as grade inflation can cause unfair discrepancies.
SAT testing is biased against non-native speakers given it includes a language section.
SAT testing is biased toward the wealthy.
It has been claimed that SAT testing is
biased against women
SAT testing is very stressful for students.
SAT testing does not evaluate creative thinking, which is very important.
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