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Throughout the year millions of high school students sit for the SAT — an aptitude test that helps college admissions officers determine whether a particular applicant is up to snuff. A cottage industry has sprung up to help kids crack the test, but for years now the test has retained its integrity. Weekend America's Alex Cohen goes behind the scenes to find out who writes the exam.


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