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Wealthy students generally have significantly higher SAT scores than their peers with lower income. By almost 400 points, according to the Washington Post.
The advantages that affluent students enjoy go much farther than just school and tests.
Anthony P. Carnevale, lead author of a recent report from the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce, says that “To succeed in America, it’s better to be born rich than smart”.
In the following article, Abigail Hess reveals why rich kids get better scores on the SAT.
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