<p>Its called google or search, stop being spoonfed.</p>
<p>Google? What's that? I've never heard of it.</p>
<p>Why don't you google search google? Stop being spoonfed..</p>
<p>It's called "go to collegeboard's own website and check it out." Stop being google-spoonfed</p>
<p>@ncm2012 I never knew you could do that! That was seriously funny.</p>
<p>However, I have to say I liked the way the OP responded.
He was obviously just being lazy...</p>
<p>you can call CB.. its on their website. $13 fee though per call. You get your scores 8 days after you take it.</p>
you can call CB.. its on their website. $13 fee though per call. You get your scores 8 days after you take it.
<p>Are you serious? I can just call to get my scores early? If so, why don't more people do that?</p>
<p>Because they don't have the money to spare/ aren't curious enough to justify the cost.</p>
<p>^no what sinflower said is NOT true</p>
<p>"Scores by phone are released according to the same schedule as online scores. This service does not send scores to colleges any earlier.</p>
<p>To get your score by telephone, call Customer Service during standard business hours. You will need your test registration number (printed on your Admission Ticket), your birth date, a credit card number and the card's expiration date."</p>
<p>this is their policy</p>