Time reports on the growing controversy surrounding the SATs and looks at the alternatives to the exam that students have taken for more than 75 years. "The test's prominence ensures that shouting matches will erupt over it regularly. Usually one side says the SAT should die because it's racist; the other says it should flourish because it maintains standards. Their arguments are important but had started to seem pointless, since the number of SAT takers has increased virtually every year since Pearl Harbor."
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