With each test, my initial thought was "Well it is just the test. I blame the test." I took me a few minutes after each one to realize that it wasn't the test at all. The test doesn't decide if you have a bias or not. The test isn't even definitive. I had to check myself and my own bias against a computer program that was telling me, "Hey, this isn't meant to piss you off, its just meant to tell you what to work on." And that is the hardest part for me. I have more work to do.
Another thought that I have with these tests relates to something that I tell my students all the time. Own your mistakes, failures, shortcomings, and problems. Once you own up to those, then we can get started on how to work through them. Fixing them is not an attainable solution. However, learning how to live with them, use them to your advantage, and learn from them? Now, that is something that we can do. The same ideal applies here. Once you know where your biases are, you can actually begin to work on them and ensure that they don't cloud your judgement.