Student’s SAT Score Under Review

A Florida high school student has accused ETS, the administrator of the College Board’s SAT exam, of racial bias with respect to its decision to hold for review her latest SAT score. The student, Kamilah Campbell, took the exam this past October but didn’t receive her score along with other … 

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International Students Frustrated with ACT and College Board

When folks are asked their favorite companies in the world, companies like Apple and Netflix may come to mind. And what are a couple of companies that are unlikely to come to mind? ACT and College Board. Come on, even College Board and ACT executives would have difficulty arguing that … 

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SAT Cheating Scandal

We’ve written quite a bit in recent weeks about the ongoing SAT cheating scandal in Asia, much of which was reported by Valerie Strauss of “The Washington Post” through a series of articles. Strauss’ reporting on the subject has indeed been quite comprehensive. Today, the United States Justice Department made some … 

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SAT Test Administration

Shame on ETS! The Educational Testing Service (ETS), which administers the SAT for the College Board, is unnecessarily putting a whole lot of students through a painful process. According to “The Choice” blog of “The New York Times,” they’re making nearly 200 students retake the SAT. And why? Because at … 

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