A Miami Gardens student is fighting back against the makers of the SAT who have accused her of cheating.
Kamilah Campbell earned a 900 when she took the SAT for the first time in March of last year.
After a summer of studying, the 18-year-old says her score went up to 1230 when she took the test a second time in October.
The company that administers the test flagged the results saying she likely had "prior knowledge" of the exam.
Campbell is a senior at Krop Senior High and hopes to study dance at FSU in the fall.
She can't apply to the university until her SAT results are certified and included in the application.
Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump has written to Educational Testing Service (ETS), demanding that they release Campbell's score in the next two-weeks or face potential lawsuits.
Crump says ETS is a private company that has too much power of the fate of the honor roll student.