The next big thing after taking your SAT is sending your score report to colleges. It would not make sense if you have performed well, yet your hard work doesn’t get recognized. But is it as difficult as it sounds? Read further and you’ll realize that the answer to that question is, “No,
Here is all about sending your SAT scores to colleges.
Free Score Report:
You can opt for four colleges to receive your score card, anytime between the time you register for the test and within 9 days from the test date. This is free of cost. The colleges will be notified that you have shown interest in joining them.
Score Report with the additional cost:
An additional fee of $12 per report (as in Sept. 2018) will be levied if you decide to send your scores to colleges, outside of the above four, or after the 9th day, unless you are allowed an SAT fee waiver.
You can also send your scores earlier than usual, within 2-4 business days, by opting Rush Reporting, at an additional cost of $31 + the fees for the score report. Sign in to your College Board account, click the ‘Send available scores’ button, Select the college and Select the ‘Rush reporting’ button on “review your order” screen.
You will receive your SAT scores within 2 weeks to 6 weeks from the test date. If you have opted for SAT with Essay, it will take 2 extra days.
Once your scores are ready to be viewed online, an e-mail will be sent to you guiding you to your scorecard.
These are the only possible reasons why your scores were not sent to you on the scheduled date:
Who else can see your scores?
Multiple scores? Don’t have to send all of them.