Companies to pay nearly $3 million for incorrectly scored SATs

Nearly 4,400 students whose SATs were incorrectly scored in 2005 will each receive a minimum of $275 under a proposed settlement, which also will include payment of attorney fees. The students received scores as many as 450 points below their actual scores due to a scanning problem, the company said.

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