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Smyth, F. L. (1995, Winter). Arguments against using National percentile ranks when comparing ACT and SAT scores [Letter to the editor]. Journal of College Admission, 2.
Smyth, F. L. (1995). Standardized testing in college admission: How the ACT and the SAT are used and compared. Journal of College Admission, 148, 24-31.
Smyth, F. L. (1995, May 26). The SAT's validity for minority students [Letter to the editor]. The Chronicle of Higher Education, B5.
Smyth, F. L. (1995). Teaching students about standardized testing in the college admission process. In S. T. Ivory & J. E. Smith (Eds.), The Admission Practitioner, pp. 87-99. Alexandria, VA: National Association of College Admission Counselors.
Smyth, F. L. (1995). Teaching students about standardized testing in the college admission process. In S. T. Ivory & J. E. Smith (Eds.), The Counseling Practitioner, pp. 123-135. Alexandria, VA: National Association of College Admission Counselors.
Smyth, F. L. (1992-93, 1993-94, & 1994-95 Editions). What's the deal with all these tests I have to take? College Times, pp. 20-24. New York: College Entrance Examination Board.
Smyth, F. L. (1990). SAT coaching: What really happens to scores and how we are led to expect more. Journal of College Admission, 129, 7-17. Request paper
Smyth, F. L. (1989). Commercial coaching and SAT scores: The effects on college preparatory students in private schools. Journal of College Admission, 123, 2-9.
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