SAT flagging for 300-400 point jump?

<p>i had a severe headache for the oct SAT and bombed the test... 1080
i studied the day after i finished my oct SAT for 4 hrs everyday... i took practice SATs from 10 REAL SATs and scored 1300+ on all 10!! im taking the nov 6th SATs which is tomorrow... and im worried about getting flagged... do i have to take the test over again? esp. infront of the proctor?</p>

<p>Possibly. I think it is like a 350 pt. jump overall and 250 pt jump on one section. I would just do your best. A lot of times they will make you retake it to see if you cheated, but if you do about the same or in the ballpark of your old score, they just let you keep your originally high score. That is what happened to a kid I know.</p>

<p>if you don't cheat, you have nothing to worry about.</p>

<p>You really have nothing to worry about. If they can't prove there was any wrongdoing, they aren't going to take any action against you. Just do your best.</p>

<p>It shouldn't be a problem. I know someone else with a score jump from being sick on the first test date, and no one ever asked about it at all. Have fun on the test.</p>

<p>holy crap! 300-400 jump? that's almost unheard of, i thought i had a big jump of 270, but 400!! that's way too much. gl on ur SAT I</p>

<p>hey did the person that took the retake test from getting flagged take the same test or a different test?</p>