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SATTESTS is a New York Times Crossword puzzle answer that we have spotted 1 time.

"Sat" is a college entrance exam that measures skills in reading, writing, and math. It is a standardized test commonly used for admissions to universities and colleges in the United States. "Tests" refers to the assessment or evaluation of someone's knowledge, skills, or abilities. In the context of college entrance exams, it typically means the examination that students take to demonstrate their readiness for higher education. When the clue mentions "redundantly," it suggests that the word "sat" is repeated or used in a redundant manner because it is already implied in the term "college entrance exams." In other words, "sattests" means a redundant way of referring to college entrance exams, specifically the SAT.

Note: The provided meaning of the answer is for the latest New York Times crossword puzzle clue: Some college entrance exams, redundantly. Explanations are generated by AI and may be inaccurate.

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