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Opponents of illegal immigration say the bill would increase competition for college admission.
The university will continue to consider all SAT scores, not just the one an applicant selects.
A new report estimates—to the dollar—how much a degree boosts your income and other benefits.
The annual College Board report shows good news for this school year, but next year could be rough.
Critics question whether the ReadiStep test has value or is a "cynical marketing ploy"
Some say the AP program inhibits top teachers and students from really exploring the subject matter.
The recent crop of high school graduates tied their predecessors' scores on the standardized test.
With the College Board's new score-reporting policy, there are an increasing number of strategies.
Students protest, worrying about their college prospects.
But the switch to the writing test format "did not substantially change" the test's ability to forecast first-year college performance.