Who, at this point, thinks the SAT is a good way of deciding who gets to go to what college? The people who make the test, sure. Probably many admissions officers, whose jobs are simplified by having a score they can pretend is an objective measurement. And surely the vast number of people involved in the test-prep industry, who would hate to see that gravy train dry up. Those groups are likely immune to the persuasive arguments of Michael Arlen Davis' The Test & the Art of Thinking, which explains how the SAT became ubiquitous and why it needs to be killed.