Last week, the sponsor of the SAT college admissions exam claimed that a seven point average score decline, the largest drop in 31 years, was caused by a reduction in the number of high school seniors who took the test more than once. Speaking at a National Press Club news conference College Board president Gaston Caperton said that three percent fewer students took the test multiple times, noting that scores typically increase by about 30 points on a second administration.

In a letter delivered to Caperton this morning, the National Center for Fair & Open...

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