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Inheriting Possibility: Social Reproduction and Quantification in Education Dixon-Román, Ezekiel J 2017 Minneapolis, MN University of Minnesota Press
All the Wisdom and None of the Junk: Secrets of Applying for College Admission and Scholarships Craig, Katy & Kramer, Katie 2017 Seattle, WA CreateSpace Independent Publishing
The Death and ,Life of the Great American School System: How Testing and Choice Are Undermining Education (3rd edition) Ravitch, Diane 2016 New York, NY Basic Books
The Test: Why Our Schools are Obsessed with Standardized Testing–But You Don’t Have to Be Kamenetz, Anya 2015 New York, NY PublicAffairs
The Tyranny of the Meritocracy: Democratizing Higher Education in America Guinier, Lani 2015 Boston, MA Beacon Press
Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania Bruni, Frank 2015 New York, NY Grand Central Publishing
The Better College Essay Stone, Elizabeth 2014 Westford, MA Wintergreen Orchard House
The Perfect Score Project: One Mother's Journey to Uncover the Secrets of the SAT Stier, Debbie 2014 New York, NY Harmony Books
Henry Chauncey: An American Life
Elliot, Norbet 2014 New York, NY Peter Lang Publishing
Excellent Sheep: the miseducation of the American elite and the way to a meaningful life Deresiewicz, William 2014 New York, NY Free Press
SAT Wars: the Case for Test-Optional Admissions
Soares, Joseph A 2012 New York, NY Teachers College Press
Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010 Murray, Charles 2012 New York, NY Crown Forum
College Admission : From Application to Acceptance, Step by Step Mamlet, Robin 2011 New York, NY Random House
Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences Gardner, Howard 2011 New York, NY Basic Books; 3rd edition
Getting In: The Zinch Guide to College Admissions & Financial Aid in the Digital Age Cohen, Steve; Dwane, Anne; de Oliveira, Paulo; and Muska, Michael 2011 Hoboken, NJ Wiley Publishing
The Myths of Standardized Tests: Why They Don't Tell You What You Think They Do Harris, Phillip; Smith, Bruce M.; and Harris, Joan 2011 Lanham, MD Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Everything School Leaders Need to Know About Assessment Popham, James W 2011 Thousand Oaks, CA Corwin
How to Be a High School Superstar: A Revolutionary Plan to Get into College by Standing Out (Without Burning Out) Newport, Cal 2010 New York, NY Three Rivers Press
Rewarding Strivers: Helping Low-Income Students Succeed in College Kahlenberg Richard (Ed.) 2010 New York, NY Century Foundation Books
Human Intelligence Hunt, Earl 2010 Cambridge, UK Cambridge University Press
A Is for Admission: The Insider’s Gide to Getting into the Ivy League and Other Top Colleges (Revised ed.) Hernandez, Michele A 2009 New York, NY Grand Central Publishing
Making the Grades: My Misadventures in the Standardized Testing Industry Farley, Todd 2009 Oakland, CA Berrett-Koehler Publishers
No Longer Separate, Not Yet Equal: Race and Class in Elite College Admission and Campus Life Espenshade, Thomas J. and Radford, Alexandria Walton 2009 Princeton, NJ Princeton University Press
Crossing the Finish Line: Completing College at America's Public Universities
Bowen, William; Chingos, Matthew M. & McPherson, Michael S 2009 Princeton, NJ Princeton University Press
Real Education: Four Simple Truths for Bringing America's Schools Back to Reality Murray, Charles 2008 New York, NY Crown Forum
Measuring Up: What Educational Testing Really Tells Us Koretz, Daniel 2008 Cambridge, MA Harvard University Press
The Power of Privilege: Yale and America’s Elite Colleges Soares, Joseph A 2007 Stanford, CA Stanford University Press
The Pursuit of Knowledge: Speeches and Papers of Richard C. Atkinson
Atkinson, Richard C. & Pelfrey, Patricia A 2007 Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA University of California Press
College Unranked: ending the college admissions frenzy Thacker, Lloyd 2005 Cambridge, MA Harvard University Press
The Chosen: the Hidden History of Admission and Exclusion at Harvard, Yale, and Princeton Karabel, Jerome 2005 Boston, MA Houghton Mifflin
On a Scale: A Social History of Writing Assessment in America Elliot, Norbert 2005 New York, NY Peter Lang
Choosing Students: Higher Education Admissions Tools for the 21st Century Camara, Wayne & Kimmel, Ernest W 2005 Mahwah, NJ Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Beyond the Big Test: Noncognitive Assessment in Higher Education Sedlacek, William 2004 San Francisco, CA John Wiley & Sons
Rethinking the SAT: The Future of Standardized Testing in University Admissions
Zwick, Rebecca (Ed.) 2004 New York, NY RoutledgeFalmer
Kill the Messenger Phelps, Richard 2003 New Brunswick, NJ Transaction Publishers
Fair Game?: the Use of Standardized Admissions Tests in Higher Education Zwick, Rebecca 2002 New York, NY RoutledgeFalmer
The Gatekeepers: inside the admissions process of a premier college Steinberg, Jacques 2002 New York, NY Viking
The Truth About Testing: An Educator's Call to Action Popham, James W 2001 Alexandria, VA Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
The Case Against Standardized Testing: Raising the Scores, Ruining the Schools Kohn, Alfie (author) and Bridges, Lois (ed.) 2000 Portsmouth, NH Heinemann
Standardized Minds: the High Price of America's testing culture and what we can do to change it Sacks, Peter 1999 Cambridge, MA Perseus Books
None of the Above: the truth behind the SATs Owen, David & Doerr, Marilyn 1999 Lanham, MD Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
The Big Test: the Secret History of the American meritocracy
Lemann, Nicholas 1999 New York, NY Farrar, Straus and Giroux
The College Admissions Mystique Mayher, Bill 1998 New York, NY Farrar, Straus and Giroux
The Shape of the River: long-term consequences of considering race in college and university admissions Bowen, William G., and Bok, Derek Curtis 1998 Princeton, NJ Princeton University Press
The Mismeasure of Man
Gould, Stephen J 1996 New York, MY Norton
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Resources valuable to our filmmaking process
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Hot Takes from ACT on Test-optional Boeckenstedt, Jon 2016, October 5 Admitting Things LINK
Surprise: College Board and ACT don’t like Test-optional admissions Boeckenstedt, Jon 2017, September 22 Admitting Things LINK
Abolish the SAT
Murray, Charles 2007, July 13 American Enterprise Institute LINK
SAT and ACT Cheating Scandals Will Hasten Arrival of Digital Testing Applerouth, Jed 2016, September 8 Applerouth LINK
Sweeping Changes to SAT and ACT Accommodations Applerouth, Jed 2016, December 15 Applerouth LINK
Prep Smarter: How to Make the Most of SAT/ACT Preparation Applerouth, Jed 2017, May 8 Applerouth LINK
ACT Loses Ground to Redesigned SAT Applerouth, Jed 2017, September 13 Applerouth LINK
The Great Sorting
Lemann, Nicholas September, 1995 pages 84-100 The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 276, No.3 LINK
The Structure of Success in America
Lemann, Nicholas August, 1995 pages 41-60 The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 276, No.2 LINK
The SAT: A New Core Subject in Schools?
Murphy, James S 2015, June The Atlantic LINK
How Hard Is the New SAT? Murphy, James S 2016, May The Atlantic LINK
SAT subject tests lose favor for colleges Krantz, Laura 2016, August 22 Boston Globe LINK
Goodbye ACT, hello SAT: a significant change for Colorado high schoolers Gorski, Eric 2015, December 23 Chalkbeat LINK
Oh what a tangled web schools weave: The college rankings game Morson, Gary Saul & Shapiro, Morton 2017, August 27 Chicago Tribune LINK
Illinois shifts gears on college entrance exams, chooses SAT over ACT Rado, Diane 2015 December 21 Chicago Tribune LINK
What Keeps Women Out of Elite Colleges? Their SAT Scores Hoover, Eric 2014, October 2 Chronicle of Higher Education LINK
Here's what happened when these colleges ditched SAT scores Lobosco, Katie 2015, September 8 CNN Money LINK
College Board Partners with AIR Assessment to Expand Digital SAT Testing 2017, August 15 College Board LINK
Ohio schools must now give ACT or SAT to all juniors Gilchrist, Shannon 2017, February 28 Columbus Dispatch LINK
The biggest lie in college admissions Meltzer, Erica 2017, Oct 30 Critical Reader LINK
Michigan to dump ACT for SAT as high school requirement Higgins, Lori 2015, January 7 Detroit Free Press LINK
Less than half of all students fully college-ready on revised SAT test Gordon, Larry 2017, September 26 EdSource LINK
Colorado Chooses SAT Over PARCC as High School Test Gewertz, Catherine 2015 December 24 Education Week LINK
College Board Attacks New ACT Prep Service Gewertz, Catherine 2016, April 26 Education Week LINK
Barely Half of Colleges Validate Use of SAT, ACT as Success Predictors
Gewertz, Catherine 2016, June 15 Education Week LINK
Dwindling Interest Seen in SAT Subject Tests Gewertz, Catherine 2016, August 23 Education Week LINK
Former College Board SAT Designer Drawn Into FBI Probe Gewertz, Catherine 2016, September 13 Education Week LINK
College Board's Statewide SAT Contracts Reaching Twice as Many Students Gewertz, Catherine 2016, September 27 Education Week LINK
SAT Results 2016: It's Complicated Gewertz, Catherine 2016, September 27 Education Week LINK
National Testing Landscape Continues to Shift
Gewertz, Catherine 2017, February 15 Education Week LINK
New SAT Yields Higher Scores, But Don't Be Fooled Gewertz, Catherine 2017, September 26 Education Week LINK
The Three Biggest Lies in College Admissions Cohen, Steve 2012, September 29 Forbes LINK
When Colleges Go Test-Optional, Who Benefits? 2015, July 30 Edmonds, Dan Forbes LINK
The Invisible Force Behind College Admissions
McGrath, Maggie 2014, August 18 Forbes LINK
The Last Days of ETS – pdf Owen, David May 1983 21-37 Harper's LINK
Why the new SAT is not the answer Bello, Akil & Murphy, James S 2016, March 4 Hechinger Report LINK
The real reason that colleges go ‘test-optional’ Burd, Stephen 2015, August 26 Hechinger Report LINK
Caught cheating: Colleges falsify admissions data for higher rankings Marcus, Jon 2013, Mar 20 Hechinger Report LINK
Faulty Predictions? New study suggests the SAT may over- or underpredict first-year college grades of hundreds of thousands of students Jaschik, Scott 2016, January 26 Inside Higher Ed LINK
Discord on Test Scores Jaschik, Scott 2016, May 16 Inside Higher Ed LINK
Test Optional — or Maybe Not. Stone, Elizabeth December/January 2016/17 3-6 Insights LINK
Don't Send Your Kid to the Ivy League Deresiewicz, William 2014, July 21 New Republic LINK
Tests of Hereditary Intelligence Lippmann, Walter 1922, November 22 New Republic (Google Books version.) LINK
The Trouble With Harvard Pinker, Steven 2014, September 4 New Republic LINK
The Secrecy Behind the College Boards Brill, Steven 1974, Oct 7 New York Magazine (Google Books version.) LINK
Colleges To Try 'Intelligence' Tests; Entrance Examination Board to Offer Psychological Quizzes for the First Time 1925, November 11 New York Times LINK
Yale Seeks Relief from Student Rush 1926, April 18 New York Times LINK
Yale Will Try Out An 'Aptitude Test'; University Adopts New Plan to Judge of the Fitness of Entering Students 1927, February 4 New York Times LINK
Plan Announced at Yale [Harvard, Yale and Princeton mandate the SAT for all applicants] 1941, Dec 17 28 New York Times LINK
Some Colleges Have More Students From the Top 1 Percent Than the Bottom 60 Aisch, Gregor; Buchanan, Larry; Cox, Amanda; and Quealy, Kevin 2017, January 18 New York Times LINK
The Big Problem With the New SAT Atkinson, Richard C. and Geiser, Saul 2015 May 4 New York Times LINK
The Story Behind the SAT Overhaul
Balf, Todd 2014, March 6 New York Times LINK
CONANT CRITICIZES ENTRANCE EXAMS; Says Colleges Should Rely More on School Records Currivan, Gene 1967, November 13 50 New York Times LINK
How Businesses Use Your SATs Dewan, Shaila 2016, March 29 New York Times LINK
The College Boards Fail the Test Hoffman, Banesh 1965, Oct 24 52 New York Times Section MAGAZINE LINK
What Colleges Want in an Applicant (Everything) Hoover, Eric 2017, November 1 New York Times LINK
A New SAT Aims to Realign With Schoolwork
Lewin, Tamar 2014, March 5 New York Times LINK
Behind the Cover Story: Todd Balf on the Coming Changes to the SAT Nolan, Rachel 2014, March 10 New York Times LINK
Before Recruiting in Ivy League, Applying Some Math Pennington, Bill 2011, December 24 New York Times LINK
A Rare Glimpse Inside the Ivy League’s Academic Index Pennington, Bill 2012, January 10 New York Times LINK
After SAT Misprint, Two Sections Won’t Be Scored Rich, Motoko 2015, June 15 New York Times LINK
The Test-Optional Surge
Simon, Cecilia Capuzzi 2015, October 28 New York Times LINK
Freebies for the Rich Rampell, Catherine 2013, September 24. In print 2013, September 29, on Page MM14 of the Sunday Magazine New York Times Sunday Magazine LINK
Who Gets to Graduate? Tough, Paul 2014, May 15. In print 2014, May 18, on page MM26 of the Sunday Magazine New York Times Sunday Magazine LINK
Do ACT and SAT scores really matter? New study says they shouldn’t Sheffer, Sarah 2014, Feb 18 PBS News Hour LINK
How U.S. News college rankings promote economic inequality on campus Wermund, Benjamin 2017, September 10 Politico LINK
A REUTERS SERIES: Inside the business of standardized testing and college admissions — Cheat Sheet Reuters LINK
'Massive' breach exposes hundreds of questions for upcoming SAT exams Dudley, Renee 2016, August 3 Reuters LINK
College Board faces rocky path after CEO pushes new vision for SAT Dudley, Renee 2016, December 12 Reuters LINK
Amid problems, specialists wonder who's overseeing group that owns SAT Dudley, Renee 2017, February 14 Reuters LINK
Despite warnings, College Board redesigned SAT in way that may hurt neediest students Dudley, Renee 2016, September 21 Reuters LINK
Exclusive: FBI raids home of ex-College Board official in probe of SAT leak Dudley, Renee and Shiffman, John 2016, August 26 Reuters LINK
College Board chief promises changes to SAT test amid controversies Dudley, Renee and Stecklow, Steve 2016, September 23 Reuters LINK
As SAT was hit by security breaches, College Board went ahead with tests that had leaked Dudley, Renee; Stecklow, Steve; Harney, Alexandra; and Liu, Irene Jay 2016, March 28 Reuters LINK
How Asian test-prep companies swiftly exposed the brand-new SAT Dudley, Renee; Stecklow, Steve; Harney, Alexandra; and Liu, Irene Jay 2016, March 28 Reuters LINK
How an industry helps Chinese students cheat their way into and through U.S colleges Qing, Koh Gui; Harney, Alexandra; Stecklow, Steve; and Pomfret, James 2016, May 25 Reuters LINK
Exclusive: ACT cancels test scores in Asia after leak of essay question Stecklow, Steve 2016, November 3 Reuters LINK
Exclusive: U.S. standards council to investigate New Oriental after Reuters report Stecklow, Steve 2016, December 2 Reuters LINK
College Board tightens SAT exam security, but key risk remains Stecklow, Steve and Dudley, Renee 2017, February 22 Reuters LINK
Exclusive: U.S. students given SATs that were online before exam Stecklow, Steve; Dudley, Renee; Harney, Alexandra 2016, April 20 Reuters LINK
How a Chinese company bought access to admissions officers at top U.S. colleges Stecklow, Steve; Dudley, Renee; Pomfret, James; and Harney, Alexandra 2016, October 14 Reuters LINK
Exclusive: ACT shakes up security unit, plans audit after cheating reports Stecklow, Steve and Harney, Alexandra 2016, August 10 Reuters LINK
How top U.S. colleges hooked up with controversial Chinese companies Stecklow, Steve and Harney, Alexandra 2016, December 2 Reuters LINK
Students and teachers detail pervasive cheating in a program owned by test giant ACT Stecklow, Steve; Harney, Alexandra; and Park, Ju-min 2016, July 25 Reuters LINK
Exclusive: ACT partners with test-prep firms despite signs of cheating in Asia Stecklow, Steve; Harney, Alexandra; and Park, Ju-min 2016, September 7 Reuters LINK
Education: Cure for Chaos 1950, November 6 TIME LINK
Cheat Sheets: Colleges Inflate SATs and Graduation Rates in Popular Guidebooks Schools Say They Must Fib to U.S. News and Others to Compete Effectively. Moody's Requires the Truth Stecklow, Steve 1995, April 5 Wall Street Journal LINK
Why getting into elite colleges is harder for women Birger, Jon 2015, July 30 Washington Post LINK
New SAT scores sow confusion over how to tell a good result Anderson, Nick 2017, September 26 Washington Post LINK
‘We didn’t know it was this bad’: New ACT scores show huge achievement gaps Anderson, Nick 2017, September 7 Washington Post LINK
George Washington University applicants no longer need to take admissions tests Anderson, Nick 2015, July 27 Washington Post LINK
Bombed the SAT or the ACT? Here are colleges that are ‘test-optional.’ Anderson, Nick 2015, July 27 Washington Post LINK
George Washington U. gets more diverse after ditching admission test mandate Anderson, Nick 2016, November 22 Washington Post LINK
Why do U.S. News rankings punish test-optional colleges? Rosen, David 2017, October 23 Washington Post LINK
College admits inflating SAT scores to boost ranking Strauss, Valerie 2012, January 31 Washington Post LINK
Study: High school grades best predictor of college success — not SAT/ACT scores Strauss, Valerie 2014, February 21 Washington Post LINK
How the SAT and PSAT collect personal data on students — and what the College Board does with it Strauss, Valerie 2017, March 30 Washington Post LINK
The list of test-optional colleges and universities keeps growing — despite College Board’s latest jab Strauss, Valerie 2017, April 12 Washington Post LINK
Can coaching truly boost SAT scores? For years, the College Board said no. Now it says yes Strauss, Valerie 2017, May 9 Washington Post LINK
College Board's SAT Selected for Statewide High School Assessment 2017, September 13 West Virginia Department of Education LINK
Resources valuable to our filmmaking process
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State of College Admission 2017 Clinedinst, M. & Koranteng, Anna-Maria 2017 National Association of College Admissions Counseling LINK
Demonstrated Interest: Signaling Behavior In College Admissions Dearden, J.A. James A., Li, Suhui, Meyerhoefer, C.D., and Yang, Muzhe 2017 35(4) 630-657 Contemporary Economic Policy LINK
ACT for All: The Effect of Mandatory College Entrance Exams on Postsecondary Attainment and Choice Hyman, J 2017 12(3), 281-311 Education Finance and Policy LINK
Differential prediction generalization in college admissions testing Aguinis, H., Culpepper, S. A., & Pierce, C. A 2016 108(7), 1045-1059 Journal of Educational Psychology LINK
General and non-general intelligence factors simultaneously influence SAT, SAT-V, and SAT-M performance Hannon, Brenda 2016 59, 51-63 Intelligence FEE REQUIRED
Synthesis of Recent SAT Validity Findings: Trend Data over Time and Cohorts 2014-1 Mattern, K.D. & Patterson, B.F 2014 College Board LINK
A Proposal To Eliminate The SAT In Berkeley Admissions Geiser, Saul 2016 Center for Studies in Higher Education LINK
Use of Predictive Validity Studies to Inform Admission Practices
2016 National Association of College Admissions Counseling LINK
The Redesigned SAT Pilot Predictive Validity Study: A First Look Shaw, E.J., Marini, J.P., Beard, J., Shmueli, D., Young, L., Ng, H 2016 College Board LINK
The Growing Correlation Between Race and Sat Scores: New Findings From California Geiser, Saul 2015 Center for Studies in Higher Education, University Of California, Berkeley LINK
The relationship between siblings’ college choices: Evidence from one million SAT-taking families Goodman, J., Hurwitz, M., Smith, J., Fox, J 2015 48, 75-85 Economics of Education Review LINK
The Impact of Participation in the Advanced Placement Program on Students' College Admissions Test Scores Warne, R.T., Larsen, R., Anderson, B. and Odasso, A 2015 108(5), 400-416 The Journal of Educational Research LINK
The Test-Optional Movement at America’s Selective Liberal Arts Colleges: A Boon for Equity or Something Else? Belasco, A.S., Rosinger, K.O., and Hearn, J.C 2014 20(10), 1-18 Educational Evaluation And Policy Analysis LINK
Ability tilt on the SAT and ACT predicts specific abilities and college majors Coyle, T.R., Purcell, J.M., Snyder, A.C., Richmond, M.C 2014 46, 18-24 Intelligence FEE REQUIRED
Voluntary disclosure and the strategic behavior of colleges Conlin, M. Dickert-Conlin S., and Chapman, G 2013 96, 48–64 Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization LINK
Predicting College Success: The Relative Contributions of Five Social/Personality Factors, Five Cognitive/Learning Factors, and SAT Scores Hannon, B 2014 2(4), 46–58 Journal of Education and Training Studies LINK
Why are Women Underrepresented in Elite Colleges and Universities? A Non-Linear Decomposition Analysis Bielby, R. Posselt, J.R., Jaquette, O., & Bastedo, M.N 2014 55(8), 735-760 Research in Higher Education FEE REQUIRED
Defining Promise: Optional Standardized Testing Policies In American College And University Admissions
Hiss, W.C. & Franks, V.W 2014 NACAC LINK
Non-g residuals of the SAT and ACT predict specific abilities Coyle, T.R., Purcell, J.M., Snyder, A.C., Kochunov, P 2013 41(2), 114-120 Intelligence LINK
Expanding College Opportunities for High-Achieving, Low-Income Students Hoxby, C. & Turner, S 2013 Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research LINK
Linking Admission Strategies to Student Retention
Cortes, C.M. & Kalsbeek, D.H 2012 DePaul University, Enrollment Management and Marketing LINK
Timing Matters: Test Preparation, Race, and Grade Level Devine-Eller, A 2012 27(2), 458-480 Sociological Forum FEE REQUIRED
Test anxiety and performance-avoidance goals explain gender differences in SAT-V, SAT-M, and overall SAT scores Hannon, B 2012 53(7), 816-820 Personality and Individual Differences LINK
The Missing "One-Offs": The Hidden Supply of High-Achieving, Low Income Students
Hoxby, C.M. & Avery, C 2012 National Bureau Of Economic Research LINK
The Role of Socioeconomic Status in SAT-Grade Relationships and in College Admissions Decisions P. R. Sackett, N. R. Kuncel, A. S. Beatty, J. L. Rigdon, W. Shen, T. B. Kiger 2012 23(9), 1000–1007 Psychological Science FEE REQUIRED
SAT predicts GPA better for high ability subjects: Implications for Spearman’s Law of Diminishing Returns Coyle, T., Snyder, A., Pillow, D., Kochunov, P 2011 50(4), 470-474 Personality and Individual Differences LINK
Systematic reviews of the effects of preparatory courses on university entrance examinations in high school-age students Montgomery, P. & Lilly, J 2011 21(1), 3-12 International Journal of Social Welfare LINK
SAT Performance: Understanding the Contributions of Cognitive/Learning and Social/Personality Factors Hannon, B. & McNaughton-Cassill, M 2011 25(4), 528-535 Applied Cognitive Psychology LINK
Standardized Admission Tests, College Performance, and Campus Diversity Espenshade, T.J. & Chung, C.Y 2010 Office of Population Research, Princeton University LINK
Beyond the Threshold Hypothesis: Even Among the Gifted and Top Math/Science Graduate Students, Cognitive Abilities, Vocational Interests, and Lifestyle Preferences Matter for Career Choice, Performance, and Persistence Robertson, K.F., Smeets, S., Lubinski, D., and Benbow, C.P 2010 19(6), 346-351 Current Directions in Psychological Science LINK
Reflections on a Century of College Admissions Tests
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The Changing Selectivity of American Colleges Hoxby, C 2009 23(4), 95-118 Journal of Economic Perspectives LINK
Socioeconomic Status and the Relationship Between the SAT and Freshman GPA: An Analysis of Data from 41 Colleges and Universities Sackett, P.R., Kuncel, N.R., Arneson, J.J. Cooper, S.R., and Waters, S.D 2009 The College Board LINK
Prediction of 4-year college student performance using cognitive and noncognitive predictors and the impact on demographic status of admitted students Schmitt, N., Keeney, J., Oswald, F.L., Pleskac, T.J., Billington, A.Q., Sinha, R. and Zorzie, M 2009 94(6), 1479-97 Journal of Applied Psychology LINK
Report of the Commission on the Use of Standardized Tests in Undergraduate Admission
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ACT and general cognitive ability Koenig, K.A., Frey, M.C., and Detterman, D.K 2007 36(2), 153-160 Intelligence LINK
The Rainbow Project: Enhancing the SAT through assessments of analytical, practical, and creative skills Sternberg, R.J 2006 34, 321–350 Intelligence LINK
Scholastic Assessment or g? The Relationship Between the Scholastic Assessment Test and General Cognitive Ability Frey, M.C. & Detterman, D.K 2004 15(6), 373-378 Psychological Science LINK
Do Psychosocial and Study Skill Factors Predict College Outcomes? A Meta-Analysis Robbins, S.B., Lauver, K., Le, H., Davis, D., Langley, R., Carlstrom, A 2004 130(2), 261–288 Psychological Bulletin LINK
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UC and the SAT: Predictive Validity and Differential Impact of the SAT I and SAT II at the University of California
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A Historical Perspective on the Content of the SAT
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