College Admissions for the 21st Century
Sternberg's book convincingly indicts the SAT and ACT exams. A single test lasting a few hours, he writes, "ends up having a weight equal" to the product of "years of effort and dedication" in high school.
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The Traditional College Application
3 Alternative Admissions Practices
4 A New Way of Looking at Intelligence and Success
5 Assessing Hidden Talents
6 Encouraging Creativity Practical Intelligence and Wisdom
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