College Board drops plans for home SAT due to internet access concerns
A change in plans for the SAT - the college admissions test won't be given at home.
The College Board is now halting plans to offer the test remotely.
The board cites concerns that many students would not have access to three hours of reliable Internet service at home.
The move follows a flood of complaints about problems with the recent online AP exams.
Officials are urging schools not to punish students who do not submit scores.