By Morgan Gstalter (The Hill).  

The College Board invalidated a Florida high school student’s SAT results after she retook the exam to improve her score by 330 points.

Kamilah Campbell of Miami Gardens, Fla., originally got a score of 900 after her first attempt at the college entrance exam without any prep work, CNN reported Thursday.

Campbell told CNN’s Alisyn Camerota on Friday’s “New Day” that she took the test the first time to get a “baseline.” She also said that guidance counselors recommended taking the test the first time without any prep.

Instead of finding out her new results, Campbell said she was sent a letter from The College Board essentially accusing her of cheating. Read the original article

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