Understand it better, for starters.
When the academy administered a physics test last year, it had to be flexible because of Covid-19 restrictions. It later learned that dozens of midshipmen had used outside resources during the exam.
Hundreds of thousands of highly capable people are being dropped by the wayside.
A new policy will increase representation of Black and Latino students in the prestigious public schools, which serve as a gateway to elite colleges.
The Ivy League school said it was dismissing allegations that students had looked up online course materials during remote exams.
Three months after having bariatric surgery, she was vomiting several times a day and couldn’t even move her eyes.
The SAT is falling out of favor, but factors like the essay have their own issues.
The university system has reached a settlement with students to scrap even optional testing from admissions and scholarship decisions.
The university accused 17 students of cheating on remote exams, raising questions about data mining and sowing mistrust on campus.
A law will allow controlled substances to be tested without penalty to ensure their authenticity. The goals are to reduce health risks and, perhaps, change users’ behavior.
The review was prompted by an investigation into how Richard H. Strauss, a former team doctor at Ohio State who was implicated in at least 177 sex-abuse cases, had gone undetected for so long.
The Hindu nationalist government postponed plans for a national student exam on cows that critics said used specious claims and substituted religion for science.
An education program is immersing underprivileged students in Ivy League classes, and the students’ success has raised questions about how elite university gatekeepers determine college prospects.
By dropping or suspending the requirement that applicants submit standardized test scores, colleges have cut into the College Board’s business model.
More than 70 West Point cadets have been accused of cheating on an exam, the institution’s largest academic scandal in decades.
The U.S. Military Academy faces its biggest academic scandal in nearly 50 years over allegations of cheating on a calculus exam.
The pandemic prompted the mayor’s most significant action yet on integration: a major shift in how hundreds of schools admit students.
Experts say we may not need to wait.
In South Korea, planes are grounded and parents pray as high school students hunker down for the grueling test. But this year, officials and students had to navigate a pandemic.
Critics say the new test is harder for English learners. It features more nuanced questions and highlights such issues as states’ rights and the Vietnam War.
‘‘Name one example of an American innovation.” Umm … “Real Housewives”? Skyscrapers? This test?
An employee at a Coast Guard testing center entered false scores in exchange for bribes, federal prosecutors say.
Many are tempted to cheat, but honor codes are surprisingly effective in curbing the problem.
Brianna Hill, who gave birth to a baby boy between sections of the exam, has earned kudos for determination. But some law school graduates say her story points to flaws with the testing system amid the pandemic.
In-person final exams were canceled for thousands of students this spring, so computers stepped in — to disastrous effect.
With students unable to sit for college exams during the pandemic, the government tried guessing how they might do. It did not go well.
Admissions tests for many graduate schools have gone online. But not the MCAT, the exam for aspiring doctors. It must still be taken in person, pandemic or not.
Technical problems with the digital versions of the Advanced Placement exams caused angst for high school students and parents at an already stressful time.
The time is growing short and fewer options are available. Using federal troops to help create hospital beds is one we should try.