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Unexpected incident on SAT test day

louisaamylouisaamy Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
edited October 7 in SAT Preparation
So this morning i took the SAT. While we were doing the section 3 (math no calculator), i opened the wrong page, which is section 4. I actually did that unintentionally because i still wrote in the answer sheet of section 3 and did not use the calculator. I thought was doing the section 3, i swear. But i got reported.
I know whether it is intentional or not, this is counted as cheating and my result will be cancelled. The problem is, i have my ed deadline on december, which means that it is impossible for me to retake the test. Also most of my targeted schools set deadline on january so yeah, i can't handle both the essay and the test in such a short time, it would be vvvvvv stressful. If i write an email to collegeboard to explain everything, will there be any chance for me to keep the result?
Thank you for reading!

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