You have three options:
Before you send anything, request documents from ACT that they may be relying on to claim your score is invalid. Some may include:
If the ACT believes your cheated, you must make clear and coherent arguments as to why you did not cheat or allow someone else to cheat off you. ACT could be relying upon wrong to right erasures or statistical similarities to another test taker in the room. You need to use the documents ACT provides to you and write how they support the fact that your score is valid.
You can also watch my video on ACT and SAT score investigations here.
Yes. I help students all over the country write appeals establishing score validity on the ACT. Using my skills as an appellate attorney, I write clear arguments setting forth the evidence that supports the score validity.
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