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Test Security Web Hotline

Make a Report

Reporting an incident through EthicsPoint can be, at your election, on an anonymous and confidential basis. After you complete your report, you will be assigned a unique code called a "report key." Write down your report key and password and keep them in a safe place. After 5 business days, you can use your report key and password to check the status of your report to see if we have any questions for you and/or for you to provide us with any additional feedback or questions.

What should I report?

  • Testing Misconduct – Gaining an unfair advantage by copying, possessing an answer key, possessing unauthorized aids, communicating with others, working on previous or future sections, violating College Board Terms and Conditions, policies or procedures, or test proctor or test coordinator misconduct (such as providing answers or questions to test takers or permitting test takers to engage in prohibited conduct during testing).
  • Impersonation – Taking a test for someone else or attempting to deceive someone by pretending that you are another person.
  • Compromise – Sharing, selling, taking photos, making copies or distributing test questions or test materials.
  • Social Media – Posting or discussing test content or answers on the internet or any other forum.
  • Theft - Taking and removing of testing material.
  • Intellectual Property Infringement - Any unauthorized or inappropriate use, misappropriation, or disclosure of confidential information (in any form) or any act or omission which infringes on any patent, copyright, trade secret, or other intellectual property rights of College Board or its customers, suppliers or business partners. Also includes any unauthorized or inappropriate use of any College Board computer system.
  • Institutional Inquiry – Any inquiry that a school, college, university, scholarship agency, NCAA or other institution receiving scores may have, including, but not limited to score validation or test security violation concerns.
Follow-Up on an Existing Report

Follow-up on an Existing Report – Provide Additional Information