I met a recent Grinnell grad on vacation this summer and she informed me that Grinnell is one of the few schools that offer aid to international students (she was international and attended with aid, graduating with no debt). Now that's taking care of your students! She gushed about the school and how inclusive the environment is.
For this reason and because I had a close friend affected by such antics of the ACT, I've had a bias against the ACT for years and kept to the SAT. This is the first time that I have heard of the SAT doing this type of thing as well, but hopefully their approach of investigating is more holistic and they just don't make a decision based purely on numbers. And it looks like they are as they are investigating before making any accusations like the ACT does.
I know it'll be a hard time waiting, but I'm hopeful they will look at the fact that you took it 4 years ago. Does the College Board have other scores for you in their database to review (e.g., PSAT scores, AP scores)?
@Sejoonjpppp I was suspecting this increase in score type stuff might be the case for the delay, that's the basis for the question I posed to you earlier. I know it's crazy hard waiting...have you told your parents yet about the situation?