Why are you pulling an all-nighter to see your scores "earlier"?


<p>I think it's fun staying up to see scores and I did that in June, but since I have school tomorrow I'll just wake up at 4, check my scores, react to them for about half an hour or so, and go back to sleep.</p>

<p>If you are going to sleep anyway, what is the point of getting up at 5 a.m. rather than 7 or whenever you normally do? You will be unconscious for those two hours, so you won't be aware that you are missing your scores. That being said, I am not going to practice what I preach.</p>

<p>about the losin 10 points every hour that u don't check the scores....that's not true right???? b/c at this point, i can take NO risks. seriously.</p>

<p>but waking up in the middle of the night is REALLY hard for me. but for the SAT's, that's a whole another thing. i'd get really pumped up</p>

<p>i have an important cross country meet on friday.
i am not waking up early just to see some binary digits haha</p>

<p>yournamehere - NO, you do not lose points. it was a joke. wow.</p>

<p>see? i told u i can take no risk on this. basically, i'm pretty much desperate. lolz</p>

<p>Calm down now.</p>

<p>wow people....losing 10 points thing hilariousss
&& yeah if u try 2 stay up its just going to be worse....get up in the morning whenever you do and check the scores right when you wake up simple as that!</p>

<p>^ You don't want to lose your 10 point though... </p>

<p>I heard if the curve is bad, you lose 20 points.</p>

<p>Good luck to everyone!!!</p>

<p>My nights before SAT results were sooo nerveracking I still don't know how I actually got some sleep before they came out. I'd just leave my computer on and ready to go on collegeboard.com. I wouldn't set my alarm but naturally woke up at around 6 central to hop out of bed and see my scores. They've always been up by then...</p>

<p>i hate to say this because i am one, but for all of you pulling all-nighters to see scores... NERDS</p>