Ultimately, the College Board should consider having students take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) online, says a new report. The report was requested in the wake of highly publicized scoring errors that occurred last October. But until the test goes online, steps ranging from better scanning software to more training--and even providing proper pencils and erasers at test centers--could improve the reliability of scoring the SAT exam, according to the report.

The report, commissioned by the College Board and released July 20, says the scoring system for the college entrance test has improved since more than 4,000 SATs taken...

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