I've seen a lot of ppl say that, but i dont see the point. They dont need to see everything, but what does it matter? They arent grading you as a homeschooler and they are obligated to follow the law? Really, its hard enough for me to copy the thing and get it in the mail!
It matters because the law says composite score only (or only lists composite score percentile, which is the same thing), and if some people send in the whole battery, it looks bad for those of us who follow the law. We have enough trouble in various districts with admins. not understanding the law and thinking they have the right to all the info, or in some cases more info. Really, it is none of their business, they have nothing to do with the kid's education...
Also, it brings in the possible stupidity of someone thinking if you score below 25th in any one subject, they can get all up in your business. Totally not worth it, when all you need to do is photocopy it with a paper over all the good bits.
OP, did you know that you can just average out the score and write that on a sheet of paper with all the test info and use that? You can. I know many who just write the comp score and list the test name, date taken, company taken with , then they sign it. You can also photocopy part of it (with the relevant info on the top) and write composite score on bottom and sign that too. If they ask for something more/clarification within the 14 days, THEN send in the whole thing if you want, or tell them no. You have many options.
Don't feel bad about notifying in the first place, it happens.
Edited by radiobrain, 02 September 2012 - 07:06 PM.