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Once-mighty SAT losing its clout

More colleges drop exam as entry requirement

'At the schools I'm looking at, my score's a no-no. The SAT is not my friend.' - Finora Franck, Boston Latin School senior. "At the schools I'm looking at, my score's a no-no. The SAT is not my friend." - Finora Franck, Boston Latin School senior. (Patricia McDonnell for The Boston Globe)
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / November 24, 2008

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Finora Franck didn't study for her first go-round with the SAT, and it showed. Now the senior at Boston Latin School is keeping her flashcards close at hand, hoping the algebra and geometry formulas will stick this time. (Full article: 1219 words)

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