Total Entries: 11
Patrick SchwabTuesday, 11/13/12, 2:23 PM
 
From:Oregon
Email: pschwab@clackamas.edu
 
Paul ShinkmanSaturday, 1/28/12, 2:36 PM
 
From:Chapel Hill, NC
Email: paul@unc.edu
 
Ross MacDonaldFriday, 4/30/10, 8:31 PM
 
Very nice site.Timely topic. Well informed and well written.
 
From:Canada
Email: trazjaxor@yahoo.com
 
Linda Walking WomanSaturday, 1/28/06, 6:27 AM
 
I am a 50-year old, female, Native American, high school math teacher who has already received a masters. I recently took the GRE and will be talking soon with the Office of Civil Rights with the Department of Education about the this biased, unfair test. Thank you for the article.
 
From:Texas
Web Site: personal
Email: walkingwoman@cableone.net
 
foxfireMonday, 12/13/04, 5:25 PM
 
I agree with the article. I was written from a very intelligent viewpoint. It's nice to know that someone thinks like I do about standardized tests!
 
From:Montana
 
foxfireMonday, 12/13/04, 5:25 PM
 
I agree with the article. I was written from a very intelligent viewpoint. It's nice to know that someone thinks like I do about standardized tests!
 
From:Montana
 
foxfireMonday, 12/13/04, 5:23 PM
 
I agree with the article. It was written from a very intelligent viewpoint. It's nice to know that someone thinks like I do!
 
From:Montana
 
MikeSunday, 11/14/04, 7:24 AM
 
Chris, I found your article very interesting. I am currently in a situation where I feel the standardized testing mechanisms, specifically the LSAT, does impact me unfairly, and I would like your input. I am now 8 years out of college and have recently taken the LAST. I scored particularly lower than my expectations. When I had taken the SAT 13 years ago to get into college, I was ranked in the 92nd percientile in reading and verbal skills. Now I am ranked in the 66th percentile. I strongly believe that the fact that I have been out of college for 8 years and, more specifically, have spent those 8 years living and working abroad, is the primary cause for the subsequent gap and drop in my "verbal abilities." I want to better explain my case to law schools, as they clearly rank LSAT scores above all else and seem to not put a lot of consideration into other factors of a candidates application. Can you advise / point me in the right direction to build my case? Thanks Mike
 
From:Saint Louis
Web Site: N/A
Email: mjrussel@WUSTL.EDU
 
BillThursday, 7/8/04, 8:19 AM
 
Great article! What kind of dorks wrote the first two comments?
 
From:Berkely
 
 Wednesday, 7/7/04, 1:32 AM
 
testing rulezx
 
MessengerTuesday, 12/11/01, 7:37 AM
 
2+2 should always be 4. Getting it wrong is bad, getting it right is reason to fell good. Getting it wrong is the best reason to try harder. Then when you finally get it right then you can honestly have a reason to feel satisfied due to self- accomplishment. Failure should never be rewarded with a false sense acomplishment. 4 is the only answear to what is 2+2
 
Web Site: The Best Plan
 
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