As policy makers intensify scrutiny of the standardized testing industry in the wake of revelations about scoring errors on the October SAT, a high school senior whose SAT was incorrectly scored low is suing the board that oversees the exam and the testing company that was hired.

The lawsuit, filed April 7 in Minnesota, is the first since the March announcement that 4,411 students got incorrectly low scores and that more than 600 had better results than they deserved on the October test.

It names the nonprofit College Board and...

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