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Ted Sutton

Analogies are to SATs what babies are to bathwater

By Ted Sutton
January 21, 2005

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TOMORROW at 8 a.m., several hundred thousand bleary-eyed high school students will pick up their #2 pencils and go down in history, the last generation required to confront the analogy section of the SAT. You remember: "Discard: eviscerate as jettison: heave," or is it "dump: ditch?" Hmm. (Full article: 848 words)

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