My app was rejected from the app store based on an allegedly inappropriate age rating.
My app requires users to confirm that they are older than 13 when logging in, so Apple said my app's rating of ages 4 and above is inappropriate as a result.
This was their response to my application:
Guideline 2.3.6 - Performance - Accurate Metadata
The rating you have selected, 4+, is inconsistent with the content of your app. Since your app requires users to be 13+, it should be rated appropriately for this subject.
The problem is that I didn't select the "4+" age rating--Apple did! Their age ratings are determined automatically by a questionnaire I answered concerning adult content (i.e. violence, drugs, etc.). I said "No" to each question since my app doesn't contain anything like that whatsoever. (It's a very plain music education app.) Apple does not allow you to just select an age rating like "13+".
The reviewer asked me to change my answers to that questionnaire so that the age rating would be higher. If I change my answers (to say, for example, that there is violent imagery in my app), then my answers would be false, which would violate the very Guideline Apple is saying I'm violating. This seems like a Catch-22, since the answers will either be false (since the app has no adult content), or they will reject the age rating.
What should I do?