Author of Making the Grades; My Misadventures in the Standardized Testing Industry
Both Jonathan Kozol, author of Savage Inequalites: Children in America's Schools, and Alfie Kohn, (one of my educational rockstars), author of The Case Against Standardized Testing, wrote blurbs on the book and call it a "...searing challenging to the powers that be," and "the kind of book you will be telling your friends they've simply got to read." That is why I am telling you, readers.
Pearson scorers even had to sign confidentiality agreements.
When I was growing up the SAT, ACT, MAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, NTE, Praxis, etc. were our concerns. We had dreams. We knew we had to face our fears and take these tests if our goals included certain types of higher education. That was stressful enough.