Granada Hills Students Get SAT Day Before Test

LOS ANGELES -- Some students who took a college entrance exam at Granada Hills Charter High School got access to the test a day before it was given.

School executive director Brian Bauer said two students reviewed the Scholastic Aptitude Test on Oct. 3 and others removed copies of the exam before testing took place. A total five students were involved.

Tim Ewing, director of press relations for the private testing service, told the Los Angeles Times that officials are "moving quickly to resolve matters."

"We are looking at the October administration at the Granada Hills High School, but for confidentiality reasons we're not really able to comment any more about it," Ewing told the paper.

Bauer says he cannot discuss the disciplinary action taken against the students. As many as 200 students took the exam.

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