(WTVJ) The NAACP and several Miami-Dade County school board members are supporting a South Florida student whose 330-point SAT score increase has test administrators questioning whether she may have cheated.
Miami-Dade NAACP President Ruban Roberts spoke out Friday to demand answers surround the test taken by Dr. Michael Krop Senior High School student Kamilah Campbell. In the span of seven months Campbell took her score of 900 and turned it into a 1230 in hopes of attending Florida State this fall, but Educational Testing Service, which administers the SAT, is skeptical of its validity.
Roberts said he wants to know more about how ETS handles suspected cheating cases.
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