How much does an SAT score have to improve to be investigated by CB?

<p>My best friend took the SAT with no preparation whatsoever, and received a dismal score (<1000 out of 2400). She's got learning problems, and test taking is the hardest thing for her. I gave her my SAT prep books (I didn't need them; I'm only sending ACT scores & I'm already done with all my tests) and went over some topics and strategies with her, and she took the Revolution prep course which promises something like a 200 point increase. She studied a ton for the second test and said she said she felt much, much better about it. When her scores were supposed to come out, the website just said something to the effect of "check back later." Weeks later, nothing's been posted. Her mom called collegeboard, and they said that the scores had improved enough to be investigated. They told her she should get her scores in two weeks. </p>

<p>What we are wondering is: just how much do scores have to improve in order for this to be necessary? Also, has this happened to anybody else?</p>

<p>There's nothing to worry about, she just studied allot, did well, and collegeboard guys wanted to double check it. Dont stress out</p>

<p>I've never heard anything like this happening before. But as long as your friend didn't do anything wrong, there's nothing to fret about.</p>