The Columbus Dispatch reports that the college entrance exam ACT sent 21 school districts incorrect test versions during the April 19th state mandated exam to high school juniors. Each test date had a different version of the test.
The testing company refused to place marks on the tests, and offered a free test to affected students on a later date.
State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria calls the jesture "unsatisfactory" and is requesting the students exams be scored to be included in college applications.
Some districts reportedly had hundreds of students impacted.
One of these schools where some 500 juniors test scores were invalidated, was Reynoldburg. School Superintendent Tina Thomas-Manning said that even though the students could retake the test in the fall, it would be too late for early applicatoin deadlines.