Students buy into SAT prep courses

03/3/2008 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

High-school students increasingly see the SAT as the gateway to college, attending pricey preparatory classes and studying relentlessly. However, some observers are concerned that this sets up a system that tilts college admissions in favor of those who can afford this sort of preparation.

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