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Admissions tool collects data on students’ lives before Trinity



Angel G. Degante
This is an outrage! Why should be scored if I live in a poor neighborhood. Why should my school be a factor in my score. This is an unfair advantage that I get while others who had have studied just as hard get a lower "adversity" score. If I grow up and have a family away from the environment I had, why should they be scored from living in a better neighborhood, going to a better school, or having parents who earn more than others. What next? Is College Board going to unfairly give me an advantage for being an "oppressed" minority. Schools and colleges can use the ACT if this problem isn't fixed for the affected schools.


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