College Board Should Make Right

It should come as little surprise to our readers that we take no issue with College Board’s fees. College Board is an American business. The company can charge whatever they’d like in our free market economy. We do, however, take issue with charging students for exams that they don’t need … 

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College Board Faces Litigation

Over the years, we’ve reported on many instances in which cheating has been uncovered on the SAT (and ACT for that matter, too). A number of these instances have occurred in Asia but we’ve also reported on instances of cheating right here at home in the U.S.A., like in Rancho Penasquitos, … 

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Pressure Mounts for Embattled College Board Leader

A couple of weeks ago, we wrote about the tone deaf response of College Board president and CEO David Coleman to the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. In short, Mr. Coleman saw any mentions by Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Emma Gonzalez of the AP curriculum in her viral … 

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A Tone Deaf PR Attempt by College Board

In the wake of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, College Board, the maker of the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, AP Tests, and other noteworthy exams, issued a statement from its president and CEO, David Coleman. But the statement Coleman made didn’t exactly hit … 

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Shame on College Board

Shame on College Board! For a multi-billion dollar company that nickels and dimes students for everything, you’d think that College Board would have their act together in terms of notifying students of their scores. Today, October 28th, was the day that the October 11th SAT / Subject Test scores were … 

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The College Board

We’ve been pretty critical of The College Board this year (remember the SAT that was going to be offered to students at Amherst College?). But this post isn’t about that SAT administration. It’s about getting to know your high school guidance counselor and how important it is to establish a … 

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Inconsistencies in the New SAT Score-Reporting Policy

In November, when we wrote the blog, “College Board’s New Score Reporting Policy – Score Choice,” we made references to our June blog on the same topic where we spoke to a College Board (CB) representative and learned that some of the particulars of this new policy were not yet … 

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