How to recheck an SAT score

May 2006
Medical Economics;5/5/2006, Vol. 83 Issue 9, p17
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The article provides information how to recheck the Scholastic Achievement Test score of one's high schooler. The College Board suggests the interested party to obtain a copy of the examinee's answers and to buy the Question-and-Answer Service (QAS) that costs $24. The QAS shows the copy of the test taken, a record of the answers given, and a scoring instruction.


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