College Board SAT Score CONFUSION

<p>In my College Board profile, it states "we sent the following scores on October 28 to the University of Pennsylvania Undergraduate Admissions." However, another part of the College Board website says I have 0 score recipients. As well, my Penn portal states that my SAT scores are still outstanding. What is going on?... Can anyone shed some light?</p>

<p>Thanks.</p>

<p>Hmm, that is odd. I am not sure if I can help you over CC but I'd recommend contacting CollegeBoard.</p>

<p>The same thing happened to me on the College Board website and my SAT scores were outstanding on the Penn website, however I waited a few days and then the SAT scores were processed by Penn. It just takes a few days, it's not automatic right when you first send the scores/app.</p>

<p>Collegeboard is a rip. They say they are non-profit. But does it really make sense to rip people off with 10.50 for a score report and 30 dollor for rushing.</p>

<p>I think trackgirl2 is right. I thought my SAT was missing so I rushed it yesterday. Now my SAT scores are not outstanding but rushing takes two days at the minimum. So pretty much I got ripped off thirty dollars. Ok sorry for the short rant. </p>

<p>But yeah, you should check over the weekend on your portal. If its not there by next week, you may need to rush it too.</p>

<p>The "0 recipients" refers to the places you sent it to before (or immediately after) you took the test for free (I believe you get 5 for free). The others will not show up in that part of the website.</p>

<p>Ok, thanks for the responses everyone. So should I contact College Board to make sure they sent it and then Penn to make sure they received it?</p>

<p>Also, if I were to contact Penn, which department should I contact? The main admissions office or only the office responsible for applicants from Canada?</p>

<p>Thanks.</p>