- The SAT will include “adversity scores” that measure a student’s privilege, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
- The score will indicate a test taker’s socioeconomic status and educational access, and will only be visible to college officials.
- The change comes in the wake of a $25 million college admissions scandal in which wealthy parents allegedly bribed test administrators to inflate their children’s test scores.
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In the aftermath of the recent $25 million college admissions scandal, the SAT will include a new measure for privilege beginning this year.
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