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Test Scores May Deter­mine

Your Child’s Future

There are two big rea­sons why, accord­ing to the August 4, 2014 issue of Forbes mag­a­zine:

Rea­son #1: Stan­dard­ized test scores are a sim­ple way to screen out stu­dents when the num­ber of appli­ca­tions is huge. For exam­ple, Stan­ford reported 42,000 appli­ca­tions for only 1,700 fresh­man spots.

Rea­son #2: Col­leges admis­sions offices care a great deal about pop­u­lar rank­ings like U.S. News & World Report. And tests like the SAT have a sig­nif­i­cant weight­ing in that for­mula.

For col­lege admis­sions offi­cers, mov­ing up on the U.S. News list is almost always rec­og­nized by the Board of Trustees …

… and that can mean big­ger pay­checks for those admis­sions offi­cers come bonus time.

Here’s what that means for you: If your child doesn’t score high enough on the SAT or ACT, their appli­ca­tion goes in the trash.

And your child gets rejected.

That’s the dirty lit­tle secret of col­lege admis­sions.

It’s not fair to you or your stu­dent. That’s just the way it is.

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