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Essays bring a new wrinkle to SAT's trials

Students voice a hope for points

By Janette Neuwahl
Globe Correspondent / March 13, 2005

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For many of the 330,000 students registered to take the SAT, yesterday marked a new era in nervousness. At 48 schools across Massachusetts, high school students were the first to take a new version of the test, which now includes a 25-minute essay. (Full article: 740 words)

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