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From: New York Magazine

Girls Can’t Even Take the SAT Without Getting Stressed Out About Gender Stereotypes

New York Magazine:

Ah, the bygone days of high school: long nights gossiping with friends, hanging out behind the supermarket, stress dreams over getting an SAT score that will get you into the college your parents want you to go to. Weren’t they fun? While some of us wouldn’t be caught dead taking the SAT again, a handful of professional SAT tutors sat down this year to get insight into how the test has changed. Believe it or not: they think parts of it are sexist.

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