Commentary: Colleges overuse SAT scores:

10/18/2008 | CNN

SAT and ACT scores shouldn't be used to judge college quality nor to award merit scholarships and other financial aid, writes David Hawkins, the National Association for College Admission Counseling's director of public policy and research. Low-income students are often unable to afford tutoring classes, and many may become discouraged that they will be unable to compete with those who can for college admissions or scholarships, Hawkins writes.

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