SAT score sending help please?

<p>Hi,</p>

<p>I applied for early action to one school, for which the deadline was 11/1. I sent my SAT scores on 10/27, and I got this confirmation email:</p>

<p>Dear _____, </p>

<p>Thank you for your SAT Score Report request!<br>
You have successfully ordered your score recipients for the:</p>

<p>SAT Subject Test(s) on November 05, 2011 </p>

<p>Sending official SAT score reports is the only way to ensure institutions
receive your scores. Also, sending scores with your registration
is the fastest way to send the scores from your November 05, 2011
tests to colleges, universities and scholarship programs. Many institutions view
receiving your scores early as an indication of your interest. </p>

<p>Four SAT score reports are included free with your registration
if ordered or changed by 11:59 p.m. ET on November 14, 2011.
Any additional reports are $10.50 each.</p>

<p>The following colleges, universities and scholarship programs will receive your scores:</p>

<p>COLLEGE OR PROGRAM............................YOUR COST</p>

<p><strong>school name</strong>____ .............................Included
May 07, 2011 Mathematics Level 2
May 07, 2011 Literature
May 07, 2011 U.S. History
June 04, 2011 SAT Test
October 01, 2011 SAT Test
November 05, 2011 Mathematics Level 2</p>

<p>I thought all was well, so I forgot about my scores till today, when I randomly decided to check my application status. It said my SAT scores weren't sent yet, which I was not really worried about since SAT scores usually take some time to arrive. But when I checked "see sent scores" on collegeboard.com, NOTHING is there. It says "No score reports have been sent to your selected colleges and/or scholarship programs."
Does anyone know what happened here..? I did some brief research just now, and I'm kind of getting the idea that it's because at the time of my order, I hadn't taken the November SAT yet? What should I do? Do I need to send my scores again?</p>

<p>Thanks in advance.</p>

<p>Oh my gosh, I thought I was the only one. Did you figure out the reason why?</p>

<p>DUDE! That happened to me last year!...they did NOTHING about it. I was so ****ed. Call them first, and ask if they have something on record (chances are they won't, and won't take responsibility, like mine, so you'll have to pay to have them sent again, and call your college to see if you'll have to do rush...like I did :/) It's just college board...they did this to my AP scores too, and my college still hasn't gotten them, and I have to get them sent again...and pay...</p>

<p>I wouldself-report the scores right away and tell the school what happened. Then, keep trying to straighten it out.</p>

<p>I figured out it was because I selected my November test score (which I hadn't taken yet at that point) to be sent as well. The 4 free credits were tied to the November test so my selections would only go AFTER my November score was released from Collegeboard. Annoying... So I resent my scores, excluding my November one this time, but I had to pay the fee of $10.50. They won't arrive till at least a week later though, since I didn't rush report them. I'm planning to call the university soon to make sure this is fine, but I'm pretty sure it'll be ok. The school I am applying to said on its website that the November tests would be the last ones they accepted, so I'm assuming scores are being sent continuously, even after the 11/01 deadline. Can anyone back me up on this?
Good luck to everyone!</p>