What to Do If You're Accused of Impropriety on the SAT Or ACT

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You never dreamed that it would happen to you – but then you get a letter accusing you of cheating on the SAT or ACT, and that your scores are most likely invalid.

It's a difficult situation, but all is not necessarily lost. College Confidential sat down with Richard Asselta, an education lawyer at Asselta Law, P.A., to get his expert advice on what to do if you find yourself dealing with this challenging situation.

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