First, ACT asked colleges to be flexible as the testing organization was not meeting deadlines to deliver score reports. Now the College Board is asking colleges to be flexible as it is behind schedule on delivering SAT reports. The College Board has responded to numerous comments on Twitter by saying that it is working to deliver scores as soon as possible. However, with Nov. 1 deadlines looming for some early admissions programs, students are posting angry comments -- especially those who paid for rush delivery. On its official Twitter account, the College Board said rush fees would be refunded when it was unable to deliver the reports on time.
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