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The SATs is a standardized test that many students take to enter into a prestigious University or College However the SAT is seen as a test that will decide your future The score a student receives on their test usually displays some sign of their intelligence Yet now-a-days many professors and Deans of Attendance do not approve of the test They believe the test is not an accurate measure of academic success that the test does not predict any success in college All I know about the SATs is that they are a pain in the butt and give students a lot of stress I believe the test was created so that colleges and universities obtain an idea of intelligence that you possess I believe the SATs are a waste of time too A three and a half-hour test can either make or break you I believe that a single test should not be the basis of the rest of your academic career Since prep classes are available for the SAT it would be hard to predict success If I were to prepare two years for the SATs I would score higher than somebody who did not However it is possible for someone who does not go to prep classes to receive a higher score That is why the SAT is not a first-rate exam I believe that success comes from habits dedication and time usage Not a test that bores nearly all who takes it I believe that what students have accomplished in schools are a more accurate measure than the SAT Success in school demonstrates more leadership and indecency It informs colleges and universities of the abilities that you posses That you are able to step up and be independent I believe that the SAT was handed to students to cause stress and torture Standardized tests are a pain in the butt since there is an enormous amount of pressure to do
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