After failing to deliver October 2015 PSAT scores by its initially-promised, mid-December deadline, the College Board re-promised to have those scores electronically available to school counselors by January 6, 2016, and to students, by January 7, 2016.
Even though The College Board had publicly advertised that it had indeed delivered those October 2015 PSAT scores as promised on January 7, a number of individuals nationwide complained of not being able to access their scores. Below is The College Board’s January 7, 2016, Twitter announcement of PSAT score delivery– and comments dated January 7 to 11 that said scores had not been received (click image to view comments):
In the following January 9, 2016, College Board retweet of supposed January 7 PSAT score delivery, note the number of comments from individuals stating that they have yet to receive their scores (click image to view comments):
In Twitter comments, The College Board…
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