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SAT: Student Affluence Test Do we need the SAT for college admissions?

October 28, 2015

By Tanisha Singh | Staff Writer In 1933, Henry Chauncey started a scholarship program to look for academically excelling school boys. Eventually, this idea of an intelligent-based test to collect scholarships became the SAT. But times have changed. We are not actually evaluating a student’s ac...

#justfallthings

October 28, 2015

By Tiffany Lin | VTV Editor The crisp, cool air can only mean one thing: fall is back! Get inspired by some of our favorite activities and fall in love with autumn. (Pumpkin) spicing up your life. Everyone’s favorite fall flavor is back in season after a year-long hiatus, and it has come back strong. Fin...

AP Curriculums and SAT Redesigned

March 24, 2014

Major alterations in high school classes and exams Kelsey Ichikawa | Staff Writer CollegeBoard is revising many of its Advanced Placement courses and is developing a new format for the SAT I.  These changes include new AP curriculum standards that emphasize different aspects of a subject and an...

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