Save Scripps Ranch High School Scores

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Mario Sraninov
4 years ago
It's unfair to the children

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Leslie Sagunsky
4 years ago
my daughters took 4 AP tests and passed them all!
and i can't even imagine what it would be like for them to retake!

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Jody Simmons
4 years ago
These prepared students should not be penalized. They are high performing young adults who worked their hardest to complete the AP tests.

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Tamara Hurley
4 years ago
The College Board creates demands that are unrealistic to fulfill. How many 8 ft tables would SRHS need to accommodate so taking the tests simultaneously, and where could they be set up?

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Daniela Casas
4 years ago
The students should not be penalized for the administrators mistakes.

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Eva Maria Roberts
4 years ago
It's not the students fault there school didn't comply w seating them. The students followed the instructions they were given.

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Kate Walker
4 years ago
I'm the CEO of The Princeton Review and I know how hard it is for these students to re-prep in such a short amount of time!

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Linda Davis
4 years ago
It is outrageous that all students taking AP tests at SRHS have been "rewarded" for all their hard work by throwing out their test scores. The seating arrangements were not made by the students. Re-tests are not possible for many students; and are inherently unfair for those who are able to do so. Their scores will suffer from the time lapse. Those entering college in 2 months are at a severe disadvantage regarding college credits. I have no children at SRHS. My daughters took AP tests (at another school) years ago; and because they did; i know how devastated these students must be. This decision is unbelievable.

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Bruce Bell
4 years ago
All honest students should not be punished for the acttions of one dishonest one.

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James Murphy
4 years ago
these students should get their scores.