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An alarming number of students do not even try on this test. The student has ABSOLUTELY NO ACCOUNTABILITY on this test. I survey my freshmen students every year and they are brutally honest when over half of them tell me they just bubbled in answers randomly or made designs with the answer key. They say things like, "It doesn't matter", "It doesn't count", "It doesn't mean anything", "It doesn't affect my grade", and my favorite, "I hated my teacher so I didn't try". This is a wide spread problem in California. It amazes me that any person in education actually thinks the data from these tests is valid. What a scam! What a joke!! What a tragedy!!!

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