Published Online: July 15, 2008
Published in Print: July 16, 2008, as College Board Changes SAT Policy:

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College Board Changes SAT Policy:

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Students who take the SAT more than once will soon be able to cherry-pick which scores they want colleges to see, rather than have those institutions automatically receive all their scores, under a policy change by the College Board. The New York City-based nonprofit organization that owns the SAT said last month that the change, effective for the class of 2010, will relieve student stress and will not detract from the value of the exam.

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