Enrollment officials at Bucknell University, a selective liberal arts school in central Pennsylvania, inflated students' average SAT scores over the past several years, the school's president said, the Associated Press reports. Mean SAT results for incoming freshmen were overstated by an average of 16 points between 2006 and 2012, according to President John Bravman. The motive behind the misrepresentation is unclear, he said, though college entrance exam scores often figure into national rankings.

"These numerical omissions, as relatively small as they were, violated the trust of every student, faculty member, staff member and Bucknellian they reached," he wrote Friday in a...

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