Areport criticizes sat-test-preparation providers for promising big score gains without any hard data to back up such claims (the wall

Areport criticizes sat-test-preparation providers for promising big score gains without any hard data to back up such claims (the wall street journal, may 20, 2009). suppose eight college-bound students take a mock sat, complete a three-month test-prep course, and then take the real sat.


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