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  • Are we just a test score?

    Why do we always have to sit there watching others roam free while we wait for the day our sats come to find we have to work our buys off just to succeed and then we end up getting judged by a mark in a test aren't we more to a test score?

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  • Yes, abolish the SAT and all other national standardized tests.

    The increasing nationalization of our education has doomed many to fail later in life. Education, especially for higher institutions, should be in the hands of schools themselves, at the very most in independent school districts, not in the hands of a greedy corporation that only seeks to line its own pockets while leaving many of our youngsters behind. Personally, I believe that local institutions, such as schools, teachers, and parents, can best determine a child's needs and tailor their education, which the College Board inherently cannot succeed at.

  • Is it truly accurate?

    Can a 5 hour test accurately measure 10 year's worth of learning?
    Not to mention, there are lots of smart people out there that are just poor test takers. There are also those that have anxiety issues; I mean, with all of the pressure to do well, even I have a little anxiety.
    It just doesn't feel right to base it all on one test. It's kinda like those novels you read where everybody's life is predetermined.

  • They aren't cost effective

    SATS cost the government 20 million pounds per year. Personally I don't think this reflects the work that pupils are putting in as well as it gives us so much stress! The government are paying to us as pupils stressed. Can't this be used on general teacher and learning and more resources???

  • It doesn't support anybody's real intelligence.

    If someone who has dedicated their whole lives to better themselves and receiving a great education, and have the grades and background to support them, should not have to take a standardized test just to prove themselves through a 4 hour long session that they have worked for their entire life.

  • Yes!!!!! Of course!!!!!

    The SAT does not in any way reflect a students smartness. There are many students who are determined workers, but the SAT does not match their learning ability and therefore makes it difficult for them to apply to college. There are so many different learners, and the SAT appeals to only few.

  • Yes, SAT should be abolished

    The SAT is almost entirely a way for the College Board to make money. Selling all those standardized tests to all those students across the nation nets you a whole lot of revenue.

    This is further supported by the fact that in 2005, the University of California criticized the SAT in not being adequate in testing students' abilities and threatened to abandon the SAT requirement. In fear of causing a domino effect which would make many universities drop out the SAT as well (a huge hit to College Board's pockets), the College Board agreed to add in the essay writing section into the SAT.

  • Hell noooooo !

    Because we all had to do them and it wouldnt be fare also it helps decide what level and set you are going to be in also beacuse they are just tests and wont do any harm so do not scrap sats at all its simple just dont keep them for goodness sake

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  • No it should not

    It shouldn't because if someone spent 18 years not caring about family or personal life and got straight As, then why does one have to take a 4 hour long test session just to prove themselves to get into a good college when some people don't even speak english, so it should not be allowed.

  • The people who can't pass SATs usually think so, but they're wrong.

    No, there is no reason for the SAT to be abolished. It seems like every year, there's someone who either could not succeed on the SAT, or has a child or family member who failed miserably. And every year, we have to hear from them as to they think we should abolish the SAT. You and your kids not being smart enough to score well is not the SAT's problem!

  • not at all

    No, they do not need to take away the SAT at all, since it is one of the best ways that we have found to see how smart that a kid is, and that it is a way to know if they need to be taken in at a college or not.


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