So, I took the June ACT and I got my scores back a couple of days ago. I was happy to see that I got a 29. This was a big jump from my past two attempts in February/April (23 and 24). I hardly studied for the February/April tests, but I was determined to get a higher score my next try. I did prep every day for 3 weeks before the June test, and was feeling pretty good on the actual testing day. However, with this 5 point jump I am afraid that my test may be investigated/flagged. What are the chances of this happening?
I am in no way a dummy when it comes to school, enrolling in numerous honors/ap courses and managing to earn a little above a 4.1 gpa. I just happen to be a pretty bad test taker. But, when I put the effort into it with rigorous studying there is a good chance of me succeeding.
I have been freaking out since I got my scores back that ACT may void them because of the 5 point difference. What causes a test to be investigated/flagged? What are the chances of this happening to me?