Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice, right, joins Kathryn Juric, Vice President of the College Board for the SAT Program, as they announce a national test security overhaul to prevent cheating on the SAT exams, Tuesday, March 27, 2012 in Mineola, New York. As part of the enhanced security, students taking U.S. college entrance exams this fall will have to submit photo IDs with their applications. (AP Photo/Newsday, Howard Schnapp)
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice, right, joins Kathryn Juric, Vice President of the College Board for the SAT Program, as they announce a national test security overhaul to prevent cheating on the SAT exams, Tuesday, March 27, 2012 in Mineola, New York. As part of the enhanced security, students taking U.S. college entrance exams this fall will have to submit photo IDs with their applications. (AP Photo/Newsday, Howard Schnapp)
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MINEOLA, N.Y. — The millions of students who take the SAT or ACT each year will have to submit photos of themselves when they sign up for the college entrance exams, under a host of new security measures announced Tuesday in the aftermath of a major cheating scandal on Long Island.

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