Yet female students perform better in college (and high school) than their male counterparts.
This shows that there is something systemically wrong with the tests.
She has lived overseas with her family in South Africa and Uganda.
Back to top What the College Board says about SAT exams: "It's fair to everyone." "The questions are rigorously researched and tested to make sure students from all backgrounds have an equal chance to do well." "Students who do well in the classroom are often the same ones who will do well on the SAT." The SAT tests are totally unfair to many students.
Students from poor families don't do as well as students from wealth families because they can't afford expensive test prep classes.
Back to top ..a senior at Medfield High School, where she is active in the Theater Society, the Jazz Choir and Concert Choir.
She is the vice-president of the Badminton Club, and is a member of the National Honor Society and the French Honor Society.
Moral of the story: Money can't buy love, but it can sure buy higher test scores.
Male students do better on the SAT tests than female students.And the most expensive test prep classes are the most effective at raising scores.They claim test prep materials don't help, and yet they sell test prep materials. Let's face it, if the SAT and ACT folks were to admit that test prep classes work, then they'd have to admit their tests are biased toward the wealthy.Both say that their tests are not coachable, that those who can afford to pay for test prep classes or hire expensive tutors don't have an advantage over those students who can't afford prep classes.Yet study after study shows that test prep classes do raise scores.He is a professor at Boston University, where he teaches film production and editing.