Class of 2007 posts lowest SAT scores in eight years

As record numbers of students took the college-placement exam, national average reading and math scores dropped slightly for the second year in a row. The combined math and reading scores were the lowest in eight years, the AP reports. College Board officials said the declines were not significant, but the Massachusetts education commissioner called for wider access to practice tests, such as the PSAT.

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