The SATs tackle ‘Jersey Shore,’ more reality TV On the recent SAT exams, students found themselves facing a topic that wasn’t in the books, but more so on their TVs.

The SATs reportedly had an essay based on reality TV and its authenticity, states AOL News. The question allegedly questioned the authenticity when challenges are designed by producers and editors reportedly alter filmed scenes.

Some students were reportedly complaining about the question claiming that they don’t watch reality TV shows like ‘Jersey Shore.’ Others were excited about the question because the shows are something they know.

Angela Garcia, executive director of the SAT program, reportedly said that the question was relevant because it is pop culture for these students and just a prompt to grade their writing skills.

Do you think the question is fair or unfair?

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