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A Florida high school honors student is fighting back after she says her SAT score was held for review following a massive increase from a test earlier this year -- an uncommon practice that only happens in a "tiny fraction" of cases. Kamilah Campbell, 18, is calling on the Educational Testing Service (ETS), which administers the SAT, to release her test within two weeks so she can be considered by college admissions officers, Ben Crump, a national civil rights attorney representing Campbell, announced Wednesday. "ETS's invalidation of Kamilah's SAT scores has already had a significant negative impact on her and her family, causing extreme emotional pain and suffering, and threatening her... Читать полностью

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