The "system" is wrong

<p>Let me just cut to the chase.
My friend took his SAT and got a 1600 and the second time he got really good and was accused of cheating!</p>

<p>Now my first sat i got a 1500 and on my prac tests im getting 2100's!
Well the point is if i take the SAT will i get accused of cheating because of a 600 point jump?
I dont know i really dont like how the sytem is!! how they can just accuse you like that...</p>

<p>Notes: the last time i took the SAt was 4 months ago?
Will they accuse me of cheating</p>

<p>That rule is full of BS. They will most likely accuse you of cheating with a 600 point increase.</p>

<p>I know, but what if i took it like 4-5 months ago</p>

<p>Also what if i take it Nov (im a senior this year)
They cant cancel my scores becuase its my last date to take it.
Would they??
Thanks in advance</p>

<p>bump bump bump</p>

<p>they would. trust me its collegeboard we are dealing with.</p>

<p>you didn't get a 2100 on the real test yet?</p>

<p>how about you do that first, then come back.</p>

<p>Take it, do well and deal with them later. If they do try to cancel your score, I believe there is a procedure to apeal the decision.</p>

<p>When they charge you with cheating, they'll offer to let you retake it free of charge. Score nicely again, and own the collegeboard since they have to let you keep your score. Don't worry about it. You've worked hard. You deserve it.</p>

<p>What tito777 said. Just practice a ton, take the test and deal with whatever happens. Don't waste your time worrying about a challenge before you have even takent eh test for the second time. Relax a little - Go see Invictus.</p>

<p>Schoolisfun is correct</p>

<p>You may want to take it in October if you have a tight deadline for the schools you are applying to, just in case there is a problem. If there is a problem you won't know it until at least 3 weeks after you take the test in November. Going up that much is a good problem to have. I hope it all works out for you.</p>