I don’t think I’m alone in my vivid recall of taking the dreaded Scholastic Aptitude Tests, or SATs, during my junior and senior years of high school.

That was at a time when Roberta Flack was singing “Killing Me Softly,” Joe Frazier was heavyweight champion and Democratic presidential candidate George McGovern was desperately seeking a replacement for running mate Tom Eagleton in an ultimately, futile attempt to unseat Richard Nixon.

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