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    Sean MitchellJan 22, 2024 at 11:05 am

    I really liked your whole article about the SAT. It really made me open my eyes to the truth and reality of the test. I liked how you gave proper info about colleges making the test optional and how some are not. I like how you talked about the mental health aspect of it and how it affects kids negatively by putting stress on them. I liked how you were not one-sided and gave information from both sides with examples of why it’s good and bad. You were very informative about the SAT. Good job!

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    Jackson BeauparlantJan 18, 2024 at 6:44 pm

    I think you have a very solid view on the SAT and I can appreciate all the feedback from students and teachers. At the end of the day, I agree that the SAT id becoming outdated for college admissions. as fewer and fewer admissions offices don’t force it on them. but this also begs the question of what will happen to other major foreign exams like the Indian JEE exam and the Gaokao exam in China. which are seen as 10X harder than the SAT exam. I am interested to see what this could lead to in the future for exams like the SAT.

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    AaronJan 9, 2024 at 3:21 pm

    Zach,
    I like how you broke down the significance of the SAT. I do agree that the SAT puts pressure on students and can create an unhealthy environment for schools. I like how you interviewed a student and a teacher on how the SAT affects them mentally, and how it may affect a student going into college. I also liked how you included schools that are test-optional at the end of the article.

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