Years of scholarship has demonstrated significant issues of bias with standardized testing. Instead of using these scores, admissions officers will rely on metrics that better reflect a potential student’s ability to succeed.
PULLMAN – Poverty appears to play a major role in depressing ACT and SAT test scores. In a paper presented by Donald C. Orlich, professor emeritus at Washington State University, he and his collaborators found a correlation between students’ scores and parental income. “The .97 correlation is extremely high and illustrates that parental income can […]