(Education Week) by  Catherine Gewertz.

The ACT has agreed to provide college-admissions scores for nearly 2,800 students in Ohio and Tennessee, after first refusing to score those students’ exams because of a mixup in test administration.

In April, 1,300 juniors from 21 school districts in Ohio and 1,492 juniors from 10 schools in Tennessee took versions of the exam that were intended for another testing date. The ACT uses different versions of the test on its various testing days, so using the wrong version could raise questions of test security.

The ACT notified schools that the wrong test had been given, and that it would not score those tests, according to local news media reports.

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