Student hires civil rights lawyer after SAT cheat accusation
A Florida high school student has hired a prominent civil rights lawyer after SAT officials refused to validate her college entrance score on suspicion of cheating.
Kamilah Campbell, 18, says she is being wrongly accused of cheating in a retest after a first-round performance that disappointed.
That second attempt, in October, saw the Miami Gardens high school senior improve on her earlier score by 330 points.
But the teen found out her score only when she contacted the SAT testing company after receiving a letter of invalidation.