SAT Rule Change Requires Photo

Written by Pat's Papers | Wednesday, 28 March 2012 8:58 AM

The New York Times has news about the SAT and ACT rule changes announced yesterday. This is in direct response to a cheating scandal on Long Island where high-scoring students were using fake IDs to take tests for other students. The big change is that students must upload a photo when they register to take either test, and then match that photo when they show up for the test.

SOURCE: New York Times

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