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Princeton Review tries, and fails, to use Taylor Swift in SAT question

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Because the Princeton Review is constantly on the cusp of what’s cool and hip, it attempted to use Taylor Swift lyrics on a practice test — and, ironically, failed

A studious Swift fan recently noticed that an SAT Prep question incorrectly quoted the Taylor Swift song “Fifteen.” The high schooler posted the image of the test question on Tumblr

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The question, which asks test-takers to fix grammatically incorrect pop lyrics, claims Taylor’s lyrics are “Somebody tells you they love you, you got to believe ‘em.” But the actual lyrics are “Somebody tells you they love you, you’re gonna believe ‘em.” Read more…

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