Printing Error Gifts SAT Students Extra Time Wednesday 17 June 2015 PDF Print American students were accidentally given more time on a section of the SAT exam, calling some results into question American students were accidentally given more time on a section of the SAT exam, calling some results into question as a result of the extra five minutes. Bakes & Lord Printers have commented on the report detailed on the Time website. The SAT student test books incorrectly stated that students had 25 minutes to complete this assessment, whereas the script contained the time limit of 20 minutes. Some test takers say they still had the correct allotted 20 minutes whereas others admitted they had an extra five minutes than they were meant to. “We regret the confusion and concern this issue is causing for students and their families,” said the College Board. The error was pointed out by the Education Testing Service. With much confusion and uncertainty arising after this mistake it is felt that a quick decision would be the best course of action. This has been evident online where one user is against any plans regarding a resit for all students. “I understand how test takers could get confused, but CB [College Board] forcing a retake for their mistake would make many unhappy,” said one poster on CollegeConfidential.com. A spokesperson for Bradford-based printers Bakes & Lord released a statement regarding the printing mistake. They said: “It is always important to get every single detail correct when printing exam papers as any small mishap can cause time delays for students. This can have a negative impact on their concentration and answers. “At Bakes & Lord we have over 80 years of experience at printing leaflets, letterheads, brochures and other services which have helped us establish ourselves as one of the most reliable companies of our kind in the UK.” Bakes & Lord Printers began in 1922 and provide companies or individuals with litho printing, reprographics design, banners, business cards along with several other services. They are based in Bradford and have experience working for local authorities and universities. This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Bakes & Lord in the following categories: Children & Teenagers, Education & Human Resources, Public Sector, Third Sector & Legal, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.