Testing, testing

Slate recently posted an interesting article by David Z. Hambrick and Christopher Chabris about the effectiveness of the SAT. The authors feel the test is far more effective (and that SAT prep companies are far less effective) than many recent articles have made them out to be. Some of the quoted data seems a little outdated—they link to studies published in 2005 and 2007, for instance—but it's still a quick, thought-provoking read, particularly when contrasted with the huge number of anti-standardized-testing articles currently out there.
Posted by: Julianka


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