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Table 1: How Have College-Bound Students Changed in 10 years? (.pdf/38K)

Table 2: Mean SAT Scores of College-Bound Seniors, 1967-2007 (.pdf/30K)

Graph 4: Ten-Year Trend in Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing Mean Scores(.pdf/35K)

Graph Set 5: Course-Taking Patterns: 1997 and 2007 (.pdf/31K)

Graph 6: College-Bound Seniors by Race/Ethnicity (.pdf/28K)

Graph 9: High School GPAs by Race/Ethnicity in Comparison to All Students' Mean GPA: 1997 and 2007 (.pdf/29K)

Graph 10: Mean SAT Scores of 2007 College-Bound Seniors by Race/Ethnicity(.pdf/28K)

Graph 11: Mean High School GPAs of 2007 College-Bound Seniors by Race/Ethnicity (.pdf/28K)

Graph 12: Percentage of 2007 College-Bound Seniors by Race/Ethnicity Who Are First-Generation (.pdf/28K)

Graph 13: Percentage of First-Generation 2007 College-Bound Seniors Who Are Female (.pdf/28K)

Graph 15: Mean SAT Scores by Parental Education in Comparison to All Students' Mean Scores (.pdf/29K)

Table 17: Mean SAT Scores by High School GPA: 1997 and 2007 (.pdf/34K)

* This information is based on the number of students who responded to each corresponding question on the SAT Questionnaire, an optional questionnaire that most students complete when they register for the SAT. The number of students responding and the number not responding to each question are reported in the College-Bound Seniors National Report.

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