Why cant they just put scores online?

<p>Why doesn't collegeboard just post your Ap scores online just like the SAT Reasoning test and the subject tests. Why deal with all this nonsense of having to call and/or receive them in the mail?</p>

<p>Profits. Simple as that.</p>

<p>'tis all in da benjamins?</p>

<p>Though wouldn't it be more profitable for them to put the scores online instead of paying for the paper score reports?</p>

<p>^The most profitable thing for them to do is to charge $8 for everyone to call in for the scores.</p>

<p>So I'm guessing collegeboard isn't really non-profit?</p>

<p>^They say they are, and I'm sure it costs them to make the scores available by phone. $8 just seems a little outrageous just to know your scores early, especially since they could probably just post them online for us.</p>

<p>@linger</p>

<p><a href="http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/sat-act-tests-test-preparation/213039-cb-non-profit.html%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/sat-act-tests-test-preparation/213039-cb-non-profit.html&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>^I love the comments in that thread about CB "spending lavishly." lol</p>

<p>"After a night of champagne and dancing high above New York, Mr. O'Neill could not help thinking that the College Board had become detached from its original mission."</p>

<p>ROTFLOL</p>