Spending $8,000,000 on an Acuity test that will predict whether students will pass a regents exam is a ridiculous expense, especially when the city has no money and is threatening the layoff of thousands of teachers. Especially ridiculous is the results of this exam. Teachers can see the percentage of questions students got correct, but there is no information as to which questions they got wrong and need more work on, something a teacher's exam does all the time. What's the point? Acuity exams are just another project to line the pockets of the already rich at the expense of the students of NYC.