Voided and kicked out

<p>I was excused from the test room for guessing on unanswered questions. The test will be marked void. What will this do to me?</p>

<p>Dude they kicked you out for guessing?</p>

<p>Were you just filling in one section like just after they called time?</p>

<p>I'm guessing he went back to questions on a different section.</p>


<p>25 to life, man.</p>

<p>Wow, that's really messed up. Sit in the back.</p>

<p>Hmm, I would assume that if it was void it's just as cancelling your scores and so I don't think colleges will really see anything.</p>

<p>maybe its just my test center but i took mine today and got an impression that ACT administrators are more strict than SAT administrators.</p>

<p>too bad u got kicked out.. i only got to bubble in 50 questions out of 75 in English section (i didnt pace myself well and was left w/ 2 minutes and 75 bubbles to fill in) and almost wanted to finish bubbling after the call but there was no way i could do so. so i realized early on that this definitely wasnt going to be my last ACT!</p>

<p>I sat in the back and I didn't even turn my test booklet back to look at the questions, I just bubbled in 2 reading questions randomly! I chose to not send this report to colleges so that was a smart move on my end. I doubt that I was the only one who did this and all I had to do was the writing section and I would have been done. Waste of money, time and energy!</p>

<p>dude i did what you did for 3-4 questions on like each section man.. I didnt think it was wrong, and didnt get caught. Tough luck man, that sucks.</p>

<p>When I took the latest ACT, I made a bubbling mistake at the end of Math, but didn't correct it. As much as it stinks, that's just the way it goes. If you break the protocol...</p>

<p>Hey, wow, that sucks. Sorry.</p>

<p>I don't know the answer, but I'd suggest you call the ACT people and ask them directly whether the incident will be reported. You should be able to find contact info online.</p>

and got an impression that ACT administrators are more strict than SAT administrators.


<p>Since when were the two types different?
Each of the sites I've been to just use the school teachers as admins- I actually saw the proctor for my SAT at the ACT...</p>

<p>Voided tests aren't even scored. No one will know you took the test, much less got busted. So you're out the money you paid and the time you spent, and that's it.</p>