SAT is no predictor of work success

Do SAT scores belong on your resume?: A recent blog post in the Wall Street Journal questions the value of employers asking applicants for their SAT scores. Joseph Soares, a sociology professor at Wake Forest University and author of “SAT Wars” is quoted in the piece. “It’s a terrible idea,” he says. “Even according to the test designers, this is supposed to predict, at best, grades in the first year of college. [The SAT] is not supposed to be a test that captures how well you’re going to do in life.”

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