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Moral of the story: Money can't buy love, but it can sure buy higher test scores.

Male students do better on the SAT tests than female students.

Yet female students perform better in college (and high school) than their male counterparts.

This shows that there is something systemically wrong with the tests.

Despite the College Board's claims, these tests don't predict college performance.

If they did, wouldn't females do better on the tests?

Obviously they would, but they don't because the tests are biased towards males.

Moral of the story: If you are female, you are at a disadvantage because the tests are stacked against you. Moral of the story: If your first language isn't English you are at a huge disadvantage.

Students whose first language is not English must take the test in English and are not given any additional time to read or answer the questions. The ACT scores are also biased toward wealthy students.

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