Adult Nonfiction LB3051 .L44 1999
Summary: "[An] engaging, enlightening historical analysis of the idea of the SAT, dramatized by stories of the people who designed it and the students who benefited from it, and . . . recent battles over standardized testing and affirmative action". "The Boston Globe".
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