The College Board disclosed Wednesday that 27,000 SAT college entrance exams missed being re-scanned following the initial discovery of scoring problems, including those of another 375 students who were given incorrectly low marks.
A College Board spokeswoman said the latest problems came to light Sunday following a request that Pearson Educational Management, which scores most of the exams, confirm all 495,000 October tests had been rescored. That request followed an earlier oversight in which 1,600 exams that had already been set aside for various reasons were overlooked.
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