May 21, 2019

The SATs have a new “adversity score” and it's worse than it sounds

Rob ShimshockRebel Contributor

It used to be that doing well on your SAT meant something.

But the SAT is planning to introduce a new “adversity score” that is calculated with a 1-100 scale based on your “overall disadvantage level.”

Single parent household, English as your second language? All count towards this new number.

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commented 2019-05-21 21:47:42 -0400
Does SAT now stand for “snowflake aptitude test”?