You mean Providence, I assume? Me too - I passed (AFAIK, assuming 35+ even on the easiest test, which was Tuesday), and haven't heard a thing. But from what I recall on the other thread about auditions, they had JUST started running the audition bus, and only sent out notices to one city.DysonSphere wrote: ↑Wed Apr 08, 2020 8:28 amI've passed the test a few years now, but I've never received an audition invite. I hoped maybe this would be the year.
Not to threadjack, but does anyone know what the plan is for auditions in the age of COVID? I'm signed up for Boston. I've been checking several threads, but I haven't seen any information (maybe because there isn't any?).
The wide variation of invites is fascinating - some people are "lucky", and some aren't - makes me think that audition city is a HUGE factor.
I took the online test maybe once or twice as a lark in the 2010s, without really watching the show much, and probably failed miserably. Started getting back into J! as some childhood nostalgia just this season, and passed the test the first "real" attempt this year in January. Took the anytime test, but didn't beat my original score, so never locked it in.