Or...at least I think we did. Today we received our ASA log books in the mail. No test scores, no notes, no other communication from the school at all, just the two logs in an envelope. In the logs are entries for each course and the 101 and 103 entries were signed by the owner of the school and each entry states "Provisional certification for (3) months until seal is affixed".
My understanding is that the official seal (read: sticker) for the log is mailed from the ASA after they receive some sort of report from the school (along with the all important fees to join the ASA and take the tests). Any bets on if the seals arrive before or after the first issue of the complimentary ASA sailing magazine (that comes with the not-so-complimentary ASA membership)?
I'd really like to know how well we did and what, if any, questions we may have missed. Hopefully I can get the details from the school. After all the goal for us here is the education, not the sticker. When we have our own boat, I doubt it will care if we have a log book with a sticker...it will only care that we don't sink it (and we don't want that either).
Now to start reading the textbooks for the 104 (Bareboat Cruising)/114 (Cruising Catamaran) combined course we will be taking soon. Looking forward to that course!