SAT Cheating Concerns Cause Continued Delays in Asia

March 3, 2015

Scores from SAT exam administrations in Asia were withheld for four straight months due to concerns about cheating, and some of the scores withheld from last year have not yet been released, The Washington Post reported. Some scores were withheld following the October, November, December and January administrations of the college entrance exam in Asia. Spokesmen for the College Board and Educational Testing Service cited security reasons in declining the newspaper’s requests for information on specifics, including the number of scores withheld, the countries affected and the steps they’re taking to address the problem.

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