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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.
Obviously they would, but they don't because the tests are biased towards males.
Moral of the story: If you are female, you are at a disadvantage because the tests are stacked against you. Moral of the story: If your first language isn't English you are at a huge disadvantage.
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.