I've read articles about and watched a news video on implicit bias tests, but this was my first time taking one. Now that I've taken five of the tests, I'm not sure how I feel about them. For the Race and Asian tests, my results showed no preference between the groups. My Native test showed a slight association between Native Americans and foreign and White Americans and American. For the Skin Tone test, my results showed a slight association between darker skin and the positive terms and whiter skin and negative terms. (I also took a fifth test on gender and science. My result showed a moderate association between males and science and females and humanities.) I'm not sure what to think about the tests. On the one hand, I can see my results reflecting my life experiences. Perhaps my results on the Race, Asian, and Skin Tone tests showed less implicit bias because I (a white American) have several Asian and black friends and family members, so perhaps my positive relationships with people in these groups have helped reduce my implicit bias. I also think having a mother from England may have lessened an automatic association of white with American (compared to Asian Americans) since half of my white family does not live in this country while my Korean cousins and my Asian American friends do. On the other hand, I do not personally know any Native Americans, so it makes sense I subconsciously viewed them as more "other" or "foreign" than I did European or Asian Americans. (Of course, I recognize the irony as well as the bias in this result.) As an educator, I was most bothered by my results on the gender and science test. But again, this result might reflect my life experience: I love the humanities, I am an English teacher, and I identify as female. My English classes in college and grad school were predominantly made up of female students (although I did have significantly more male professors). While I am annoyed that my test results showed a greater association between males and science, I'm not surprised that I would associate my own gender with my own field of study. However, I also wondered if I simply got better at taking the tests since my results often correlated with the last portion of each test.