The new 'scoreboard' assigned by the board of directors to the SAT examination will show that they reflect the income, environment and educational differences of the pupils in order to smooth out the conditions for a competitive college admission process. The Wall Street Journal announced on Thursday that 50 schools were using the new indicator after the beta test last year, and the College Board intends to include more than 150 schools in this workload.
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There are five attributes in each of the three categories that are indexed to calculate the score for each student. The neighborhood will take into account crime rates, poverty levels, housing values and vacancy rates. In the family environment, the average income part of the student family will be assessed; whether the student is from one parent's home; level of education of parents; and whether English is the second language. In the secondary school environment, factors such as the rigor of the curriculum, the availability of free lunch courses and the opportunities of the AP class will be examined. At the same time, these factors will calculate the individual's score on a scale of 1 to 100.
According to the publication, 50 points are considered "average". Everything over 50 proves "hardship", and anything less than 50 is considered a "privilege".
The magazine reported that this new result will be displayed along with the student SAT results and will be displayed in the section titled "Environment Context Control Panel". The official title of the disaster score is "General Deficiency" on the dashboard, but the College Admissions Officer, in the journal article, was a spoken language called "disaster outcome".
In a statement by CBS News, Director General of the College Board, David Coleman, said in part: "In its history, the College Board has focused on searching for unseen talents. ingenuity to overcome challenges and achieve more with less. This allows colleges to testify the strength of students in a vast part of America that would otherwise be overlooked.
SAT is a standardized test, divided into oral and mathematical chapters. There is also an essay section of the SAT. The overall score for the test is 400 to 1600, each mathematical and verbal section result being 200-800. SAT essay scores range from 2-8.