Judgment Day

<p>Well, it's only a few hours before the test, I hope everyone does well tomorrow. I suggest saying a prayer or two before you go, I mean He IS omniscient right? So, I'm sure he could help you out with the tough ones. :) GOOD LUCK ALL!!!</p>

<p>I'm freaking out right now. I have a 1300 and want to do better, but I'm horrified of what will happen if I do worse.</p>

<p>my life's destiny, my life's very meaning awaits....</p>

<p>Suggestion: Coffee.</p>

<p>Pft. I am in the "screw it" mode. The last SATII in my lifetime...the load feels much much lighter. I have come to grips with the fact that I SUCK AT GRAMMAR. Hell. Screw it! Screw it!</p>

<p>Sigh~just came back from the test...is it just me or was the SAT2 paper quite hard???! I don't know...its not that I can't do it, I just needed more time...how did u guys find it??And is there such thing as a "moderation" for SAT 2?</p>

<p>Hello all, due to a notice given to me by CollegeBoard, I would like to apologize for my previous post. Administrators of the CC site have warned me that any suggestion of outside help on the SAT tests is forbidden by the rules of CollegeBoard, whether the help be divine or of another mortal. I would like to apologize to CCers and all SAT takers for suggesting they receive "outside help" on their standardized tests.</p>

<p>You're kidding right?</p>

<p>I am afraid not, cheating is taken VERY seriously by CollegeBoard. Please do not take my post as a suggestion that cheating is acceptable on SAT tests, I did not mean for it to be interpreted in that way.</p>

<p>But that was obviously a joke, and do they actually expect God to tell answers to people on the test?</p>

<p>so your saying you got a notice from College Board directly?!?!?!?....they are monernting this forum???</p>

<p>Well believe what you will, but I would assume God would not help you cheat on the tests anyways, since that is a sin. However, I suppose CollegeBoard does not even trust our Divine Creator enough to rule him out as a suspect.</p>

<p>Big Brother is watching you.</p>

<p>He always had and he always will be.

<p>oops, I just made a thought crime....</p>

<p>Funny story:</p>

<p>My friend posted on an AP US History message board (run by an independent group, not affiliated with AP) that our teacher had been giving us older tests. Well, this is true, because she had the AP approved test booklets, and we had been using those to practice. We DID NOT have a bunch of iilegal copies of previous tests. </p>

<p>He had earlier posted his teacher's name and high school, thinking nothing of it. The next day, we went to school only to find out our teacher had been called by AP people, accusing her of cheating. She had to explain exactly what had happened, for close to an hour of accusations. She was being accused of cheating because of an offhand comment made on an unofficial messageboard. They also said that she would not be punished but that our scores would be 'affected' which sent her into a white rage. Everything got straightened out, but it was dramatic to say the least. All this about a week before the test.</p>

<p>So yeah, these guys take EVERYTHING seriously.</p>

<p>College Board= The Great Satan</p>