BK students subject to stricter SAT, ACT rules

Brooklyn students taking the SATs and ACTs will now face stricter security standards after a widespread cheating scandal at Great Neck High School on Long Island. Under The College Board's new policy, students are required to upload or mail in a photograph of themselves when registering for the exams. Each photo will be printed on their admission ticket and will be checked against another form of photo ID at the testing site. Test officials also say students will undergo random ID spot checks.

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