i know! me neither..
it says, it is “due to additional analysis that may be required for the written communication tasks”
so i wonder if it is just saying it for occasional cases or it IS really for most of us..
@Jeff I got my score on March 9th, the date in which NASBA tweeted out and did not have to wait any time at all. My score was an 85. What the person who posted this out forgot to mention is it states on the AICPA website “If you take the BEC section, you might receive your score approximately one week following the target release date due to additional analysis that may be required for the written communication tasks.” In the score Appeal tab on NASBA, it states if you get between a 72-79 on BEC, the written communications are scored twice. If I had to guess, this is why they say BEC can be a week after the score release date.