My D got a code 93. We were told yesterday it is because they believe she had access to encyclopedia's and textbooks during the test. The evidence: her answers were too strongly correlated to sources. There was no complaint from the proctor, other students, video, or anything like that.
She received an 800 on the SAT History subject test, a 100 in her AP USH class, unweighted 4.0, wants to be a history professor, did every single DBQ during the school year, even though her class skipped over many sections, and was insanely well prepared for the test. She is high level in speech and debate which focuses on being able to remember and cite sources.
Crazy! Anybody ever hear of anything like this happening before?! If yes, how did you deal with it? She is supposed to submit a letter arguing on her behalf. Since there is no evidence other than 'correlation', and they haven't given her the specifics of the correlation, its hard to understand how she can argue her case.