Plus, the College Board chief defends the SAT question and why TV may not be so bad for kids after all.
Laurence Bunin is senior vice president, College Connection & Success, at The College Board.
So to cover themselves, schools may increase the size of their waiting lists, according to the College Board.
It is estimated that every year, the College Board flags 2,500 cases of scores that look suspect.
From 2002 to 2006, tuition and fees at public universities rose 57%, according to The College Board.
“The framework has not changed,” said Carly Lindauer, senior external communications director for the College Board.
Plus, College Board chief Laurence Bunin defends the essay prompt.
Currently about 72 percent of students enroll in colleges in their home state, according to the College Board.