- That time US News posted a thing saying that if you applied Early Action/Decision you can reapply Regular decision
- — The Test Prince (@akilbello)Thu, Dec 01 2016 22:09:40.@usnews the worst source of college advice #hateread | Revise Your College Admissions Essay for Reapp Success http://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/college-admissions-playbook/articles/2016-11-28/revise-your-college-admissions-essay-for-reapplication-success?src=usn_tw …
- — The Test Prince (@akilbello)Thu, Dec 01 2016 22:12:07Dear friends this article is pure unadulterated caca #hate read. it sheds doubt on anything you might read from the source
- — Bsket of deTestables (@akilbello)Wed, Oct 19 2016 02:39:14terrible advice being circulated to juniors and sophomores for the #PSAT #hateRead https://twitter.com/TweetLikeAGirI/status/788565014449942528 …
- Local papers are pretty terrible about education stories.
- — Bsket of deTestables (@akilbello)Fri, Aug 05 2016 21:48:30
- One problem with websites is that they often don't clearly define themselves and you might end up reading something in a college or high school newspaper because it looks as "professional" as some of the news sites.
- — Bsket of deTestables (@akilbello)Wed, Aug 03 2016 21:20:17
- — Bsket of deTestables (@akilbello)Wed, Aug 03 2016 21:21:08Alternate title: Results of redesigned SAT doesn't fix socio-economic problems rampant in American society and educational systems
- Beware of articles that present n = 1 ... finding one parent/expert/educator who has a ax to grind and pretending they are representative of a systemic problem or general opinion.
- — Bsket of deTestables (@akilbello)Sun, Jul 10 2016 21:05:48#HateRead Candidate | Should your high school student take ACT or new SAT? And where are those June SAT scores? http://getschooled.blog.myajc.com/2016/07/10/should-your-high-school-student-take-act-or-new-sat-and-where-are-those-june-sat-scores/ …
HateReading: The Failure of Reporting in Admission Testing
News articles about the SAT and test prep often annoy me (like so many things) and when they do I tend to #HateRead them. Here is a summary of some of those live readings of articles that have sparked mild tweet storms.
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