The College Board is reminding Test Center Supervisors at Maine schools that participated in the April 15 SAT School Day Administration and have their make-up date on April 29, that they must submit any irregularity reports to ETS by Friday, April 17.
The deadline ensures that any students who experienced a testing irregularity and thus require a make-up exam are processed in time to have make-up materials sent and available on the make-up date. If the April 17 deadline is not met, those students are at risk of not being able to participate in the make-up date.
While the Maine Educational Assessment (MEA) for Mathematics and English Language Arts/Literacy developed by Smarter Balanced is the new required State assessment, the Maine DOE provided the SAT at no cost to third-year high school students who wished to take it through a school day administration on Wednesday, April 15.
Nearly every high school in the state registered to be a school day test center and more than 9,000 students signed-up to participate.