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SAT “Facelift” Fails To Address Exam’s Basic Flaws; 50+ Schools Go Test-Optional Since Revisions Announced

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Class of 2016 National Merit Scholarship Cut-Off Scores Vary By State But Assure Most Awards Go To Affluent Families

     Note:      "The state-by-state cut-off scores listed here are for the high school class graduating in 2016.  The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has not yet set stat

Computerized Testing Problems - Chronology

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2015 SAT Score Report Reaction

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Five Years Of Flat ACT Scores Show Test-And-Punish Policies Failed To Improve Average College Readiness Or Significantly Narrow Racial Gaps

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for use with annual ACT scores August 2015

George Washington University Goes Test-Optional

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FairTest Seeks Help for Test-Takers Hurt by June 6 SAT Timing/Scoring Fiasco

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New Survey Shows Record Number Of Colleges And Universities Dropped ACT/SAT Exam Score Requirements In Past Year

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Widespread SAT Cheating Continues in Asia

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Bob Schaeffer   (239) 395-6773

 

for immediate release Thursday, January 22, 2015

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