Nearly 400 Oklahoma City high school students may have to retake tests for college credits because of a mistake in how they were seated for the tests.



The College Board allows no more than two students to sit at a table that's six feet long while taking the test.



Nearly 400 Oklahoma City high school students may have to retake tests for college credits because of a mistake in how they were seated for the tests.

The College Board allows no more than two students to sit at a table that's six feet long while taking the test.

District spokeswoman Tierney Cook says board officials came to the district Friday to determine if there was a violation and whether the test scores will be accepted.

Cook said she couldn't say how the students were seated. School officials have said they don't believe the integrity of the test was jeopardized.

The tests include those for language composition, United States history, European history and biology.

If new tests are ordered in all the subjects a total of 384 students would have to return.


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