Although SAT scores do not necessarily correlate with how smart a person is, the above infographic is still interesting. Based on data from the College Board, there is an almost 400-point difference between Asians and Blacks on the SAT. However, race may not be the whole story. Here is the average household income by race:
Asian – $68,088
White – $54,957
Hispanic – $41,534
Black – $35,341
Income seems to also directly correlate with average SAT scores. So what do you think is a bigger factor in determining your SAT score — race or income?
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