<p>Thanks guys for all your help.</p>
<p>I know I didn't cheat, but I do know I didn't do as well on the free response as I think I did on the multiple choice. Multiple choice was a bit easier than me, but free response just stunk. Would this potential score discrepancy be enough to warrant a letter from ETS?</p>
<p>@anotherparent: Thanks for your suggestion, I might do that! However, school is over, and I might have trouble contacting school officials.</p>
<p>@lemone: Please man, I just want help, not criticism. </p>
<p>@mommusic: The proctor never spoke to me about any cheating incident about the AB test.</p>
<p>@Radeon: Thanks for your support.</p>
<p>@OrangeD00D: Good idea, but I have to find out who the darn kid is first. He wasn't in my AB class at school or in my grade.</p>
To the original poster: this link, although designed for those accused on cheating on the SAT, may help. Good luck.
Thanks for your link! It makes me seem like I have no chance though. ):</p>
The most common evidence submitted by test-takers consists of character reference letters from teachers and other school personnel, which are given virtually no weight in the ETS test security process.
<p>@dabrain13: I hope so, thanks!</p>
<p>@byubound, puggly123, : I hope they'll believe me, and that's what I'm doing for sure. Thanks for your reply!</p>
<p>@lr2010: I would be more than happy to re-take the test, but I'm scared I won't remember any of the material and score lower, thus proving their suspicious. I know some will tell me to study harder, but math isn't my strong subject. I'll be darn surprised if I got a 3, or a 4 if anything! </p>
<p>@MD Mom: But aren't there different versions of the test? How would looking at another student's answer sheet, or even having the same answer for the same number, affect my result since the tests are different? Thanks for your reply!</p>
<p>Thanks all for your support! Please keep the suggestions coming!</p>