Tuesday, May 10, 2005

SATs are (Imprecise/Retarded/Worthless/Inaccurate)

A, B, C, D, or E

5 choices, a brain numbingly countless number of times, repeated over and over again. Good luck, ass.

The SATs do not measure scholastic aptitude; they measure how good you are at taking a test. If I fill in a bubble, and it happens to be a bit out of place, that's too fucking bad. I lose points.

If I fill in a whole section of bubbles under the wrong section number, that's too fucking bad. I lose points.

If your mind is geared towards creative thought, new ideas, and innovation, that's too fucking bad. There isn't room for that in A, B, C, D, or E. You can kiss the college board's ass. You are their slave.

Sadly, it's that creative thought that colleges need, yet reject because the itemized, objectified form of that student is not optimal enough. A student who can't process quickly, yet can understand and admire a topic to a level of respect that no other students would even bother with, fails.

A student who can successfully fill out a never ending sequence of bubbles is not necessarily smart, he or she can just take a test successfully. What student is going to be taking tests the rest of his or her life? Few to none.

A test is prepared for those who prepare for it. Preparing for a test doesn't make you smart, it makes you a zombie. Colleges have, for so long, taken in so many zombies, and so few of the living, that they've forgotten what a living student is like, and soon they too will become zombies.

The living get swarmed anyway. To survive on, the living get zombified. The living are whores for continuation.

The living dead. Dead science, dead math, dead literature.

They want so bad to be real, but they will never make it.

A, B, C, D, or E..
Death, dead, necrosis, died, or dying.
That's because they're all the same.

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