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ACT site ALREADY down for maintenance?

DavidTheNerdDavidTheNerd . Posts: 604 Member
edited September 2011 in ACT Preparation
I thought it usually went down the night before scores come out. Wouldn't this be a week early?

Is it possible that they could be early and come out tomorrow night (Monday morning)?

I think I'm about to have diarrhea from the excitement.
Post edited by DavidTheNerd on

Replies to: ACT site ALREADY down for maintenance?

  • supergrover911supergrover911 Registered User Posts: 370 Member
    Don't **** yourself, scores aren't coming out tomorrow night. Highly unlikely :P
  • neuroscience1234neuroscience1234 Registered User Posts: 321 Member
    Yes the above poster is right. It is VERY unlikely that scores will come out tomorrow.
  • cortana431cortana431 - Posts: 5,015 Senior Member
    Lol seriously? Think about it: It takes at least 4 days (Sunday isn't a business day so 3 business days) for ACT to receive all the tests from every test center in the country. Then ACT has to scan each essay and send them to readers. Than ACT has to scan and rescan and rescan a third time the answer documents so they don't get sued for millions of dollars if mistakes are made from scanning the answer sheets.

    In my opinion, September 26 is pretty early for the ACT to release test scores for everyone. I'm glad that it is, but I'm a bit impressed the scores first come out that fast.
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