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Sat October 26, 2013
Is The SAT Creating A Generation Of Bad Writers?
Originally published on Sat October 26, 2013 10:19 am
Want to do well on the essay portion of the SAT? Just make it up! Or at least that's one professor's view. Host Scott Simon speaks to English professor Anne Ruggles Gere of the University of Michigan, who says that the college entrance exam is turning out a generation of bad writers who are fast and loose with the facts.