The revised SAT will force curricular change and more

10/20/2003 | TIME (subscription required)

In this week's cover story, TIME magazine takes an in-depth look at the development of the New SAT, which will include Algebra II material, eliminate analogies and require an essay. College Board President Gaston Caperton III says the SAT, an exam that has spawned a test prep industry and driven secondary schools' curricula, should be a tool of social change.

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