It also suffered a bit from a duality, with the beginning of the movie, the characters talking about why they want to steal the SAT answers - with reasons ranging from standardized tests being biased, that standardized tests don't reflect individuals, and a whole plethora of ideas as to why SATs shouldn't be used. Nothing new here, but once they get past that part, the movie switches to the Breakfast-esque series of hijinks in stealing the test.
I don't know, I feel the movie had a lot of potential, but instead it got made into a standard teen flick - still entertaining, but it could have been so much more . . .