One of Tennessee’s leading lawmakers has asked for an investigation into why ACT is holding back the scores from tests which they say were wrongly administered. Senate House Speaker Randy McNally has petitioned the State Comptroller to lead an investigation into why those tests, which ACT says were wrongly given, have not been released. According to officials with the school assessment organization, those tests that were administered on Oct. 17 were actually tests scheduled for Oct. 3. McNally wants an investigation into ACT’s nonprofit status, executive compensation, student information sharing and state contracts. The Comptroller’s Office says McNally’s request will be honored and that they will report what’s determined. The tests were taken by students at Bearden High School in Knoxville and Alvin C. York Institute in Jamestown.