Thursday, March 23, 2006

The College Application Game, Part 2

The College Board announced Wednesday it neglected to re-scan 27,000 SAT tests after initially discovering scoring problems. The number of students who received incorrect SAT scores, which were lower than they had actually scored, is now over 4,400. Over 600 students' tests were scored too high.

The Los Angeles Times discusses plans for reform at the College Board.


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