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So I know they told us our was all

2023-12-30 19:20:03.032011+01 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

So I know they told us it was all gonna go on our permanent record, but wondering where I'd go to find those old high school standardized test scores of mine....

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#Comment Re: So I know they told us our was all made: 2023-12-30 23:35:53.74553+01 by: brainopener

Tor. You'll need some cypto.

#Comment Re: So I know they told us our was all made: 2023-12-31 11:11:24.940181+01 by: spc476

I went back to my high school about seven years after graduation, asking for my record. They told me they lied, it wasn't permanent, and they threw out records after a few years.

#Comment Re: So I know they told us our was all made: 2024-01-03 18:01:28.85204+01 by: Dan Lyke

This seems to be the consensus, that this stuff all gets tossed. Charlene was casually wondering if there was any way to retrieve her High School standardized test scores, and probably not.

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