Friday, March 4, 2005


From the New York Times:

In the three years since the makers of the SAT announced plans to overhaul the test and add a mandatory essay, the frenzied universe of college admission testing has been changing.

The new four-hour SAT makes its debut March 12, but already, the hypercompetitive have begun taking two admission tests, breaking the kind of red-state, blue-state divide that has existed for decades, with the SAT dominant on the East and West coasts, and the Iowa-based ACT the choice throughout the Midwest.
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