Default 2400? Is this possible?

<p>A girl in my class admitted to me that she got a 2400 by default by finding an error on the SAT. Is this possible? This isn't really fair T_T</p>

<p>She lied. Tell her to stop lying.</p>

<p>hahaha the most CB would do if that happens would give her a pat on the back with possible a "Thanks", they wouldn't just hand out 2400s</p>

<p>Seriously? She said she found a mistake in the SAT because they put "who" instead of "whose" or something. Is that even possible?</p>

<p>wth was it in a Writing section, or was it another section. </p>

<p>If this is the case, its highly unlikely that CB would give her a 2400 just for editing their test. If she actually got 2400 then, it would be from her own effort and not as a reward from CB.</p>

<p>About one in four tests has an error, and many, many people report it when it occurs. There is no "2400 for finding an error" policy.</p>

<p>Edit: i take that back -.-</p>

<p>bad troll is bad</p>

<p>some kid at my school got like double extended time. He took the SAT over 2 days at school it the GC's office... He thinks he got a 2300, and he has a 'learning disability.'</p>

<p>Not possible.</p>