Delayed Scores- Everyone's Worst Nightmare

<p>So, it's less than a week until March scores are released, and for many of us juniors, this is the first time (and hopefully the last) time we've taken the tests. Personally, I'm REALLY hyped to check out my scores come 8 AM on March 20th.</p>

<p>But what's the deal with delayed scores? When they say "a small portion", what does that mean? Like 5 people, or 5000? What causes a score to be delayed? How long to do you have to wait? Does anyone have experience with this?</p>

<p>I'll be so depressed if mine isn't up, because I think I put my middle intial when I was registering online, but not on the test form. Will that affect anything?</p>

<p>it shouldn't and the delayed scores are for people who took the snowday one like most of the north eastern people</p>

<p>Hopefully no delays! I AM SO SCARED! I don't want to take it again, the horror, the stress, etc. :(</p>

<p>Ha! I am counting the days until next Thursday!</p>

<p>They always warn about delayed scores though, even when there aren't any snowstorms and stuff. I think it's just when you misbubble your information and stuff, but I don't know how strict that is.</p>

<p>^ yeah, if you bubbled correctly you're probably ok.</p>

<p>don't get too excited about SAT scores...if you don't get a 2300+, you'll probably be disappointed in at least one respect.</p>

<p>I know I'll probably be disappointed (the pessimist in me is trying to expect low scores) but I honestly just really want to know, no matter what I got. </p>

<p>I think we all dread delayed scores, I've been lucky so far and mine have always been on time, hopefully that will continue...</p>

<p>Yea, I think I might go crazy waiting an extra couple of days...</p>

<p>wow. few days until my demise. I prepared so much, but I think i did so poorly</p>