Tests are an unreliable way of making someone learn. Tests want testers to remember random facts for just a short amount of time. This means no one will remember all the information they learn once the test is over. Plus, tests aren't that important. For example, the SAT and ACT aren't as important as they seem. Colleges and universities do have SAT and ACT scores to see which students are qualified, but that's not all administration looks at.
High school GPA, behavior, writing skills, and connections matter more than ACT and SAT scores.
Although it’s important to know how the government works, it shouldn’t keep people from voting.