How to Get your SAT Score

SAT 2020

Generally, SAT scores are released in 15 days from the test date.

Sign in to your College Board account and to the online SAT score report to view your total SAT scores. On the score release day, you can view the SAT scores of all sections except the Essay. Within the following week, the Essay score will be available. In order to print the score report, click the view details button on the online score report page and then click, “download report” in the top right corner of the page. Also, within 10 days after you receive your scores, the College Board will send the scores to the colleges you have chosen.

SAT Score Release dates 2021-22

SAT Test Date *Score release date
March 13, 2021 March 26, 2021
May 8, 2021 May 21, 2021
August 28, 2021 (Anticipated) September 10, 2021
October 2, 2021 (Anticipated) October 15, 2021
October 4, 2021 (Anticipated) October 17, 2021

*Score release dates may vary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Let us find out what to do if you’re having trouble accessing your released scores:

Not all students receive the SAT scores at the same time, there would be some difference in the score release time, so don’t panic. Wait for 24 hours and try one by one the following.

  • Log in to your College Board account student score portal and follow the instructions to verify your account on the College Board site.
  • Log in to the student score portal and learn how to use your registration number from the SAT or Subject Tests to verify your account.
  • Did you have another account on the College Board? Maybe you or your parents, or your counselor could have made it. Log out now and log back in using the other account.
  • In case you are looking for old scores, please call the College Board to request old scores. But note that you will need to pay a fee.

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FAQ's

How Important Are SAT Scores?

Yes, the SAT scores are important. They decide your admits to the elite colleges. Also, the higher the score, the more the chances of Merit- scholarships. And the SAT scores are a way to balance your school GPA too.

Is my SAT score more important than my grades?

The importance of the SAT score depends on the college that you are applying to. A good SAT score certainly will have an edge over an average GPA but that doesn’t mean the SAT score compensates for a lower GPA. You need to balance your GPA and SAT score. Yes, a great SAT score may win you a merit scholarship.

What’s a good SAT score?

A good SAT score depends on your capacities and skills to do well in the Test but majorly on which university you want to apply to. Any score that gets you to a great university is good enough. So a score of 1300 may be enough for some universities, yet a score of 1500 may be the minimum score for some universities.

Do colleges see all my SAT scores?

You are allowed to send your SAT scores to 4 colleges after your test. So, if you do avail that, those colleges will be able to see your scores. The good news is that College Board has an option called Score Choice, which allows students to only send scores that best reflect their ability. The bad news is that not all colleges participate in the Score Choice option.

What are the average SAT scores?

The Global average SAT test takers’ score for 2020 was a 480 in Evidence based-Reading & Writing and a 530 in SAT Math. Whereas Manya SAT students’ average score for 2020 was 635 in the SAT Evidence based-Reading & Writing and a 715 on SAT Math.

What can I do to get a high SAT score on my first attempt?

You have to see that you take enough time off for the preparation. A lot more SAT practice tests must be taken. Care should be taken to understand your errors and stop repeating them in the subsequent tests. Know your target score and work gradually with every SAT practice test to reach that high score. Work smartly. You need not work on every question to get a high score. Do the easier and medium ones faster and accurately. Make more time for the harder ones but if it’s really a killer question, guess. Finish the paper; that is important.

How and where do I find out my SAT score?

You have to register for the SAT through an account you create with College Board. When the scores are out, you will have to log in to your account to know your scores.

Am I allowed to use a calculator?

Yes, you are but it has to be a scientific calculator/graphical calculator. Check here: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/taking-the-test/calculator-policy for the type of calculator prescribed.

Can I Cancel My SAT Scores?

Yes, you can. But the advice is that until and unless you really know that you haven’t done the minimum number of questions right or something unexpectedly went wrong on test day, do NOT cancel your score. You cannot recover your score once cancelled.

How can I send SAT scores to colleges?

The fees that you pay for the SAT exam enable you to send your scores to 4 colleges. If you still want to send your scores to few other colleges, you have to pay an extra amount. Please look into the College Board website for the details.

Can I get my SAT scores double-checked?

For double-checking your SAT scores, you have to avail yourself of the Score verification services from College Board. This answer checking is allowed for every SAT exam that you take. It can be the QAS or Question answer services OR the SAS/student answer services. You can apply for it before the test or even after the test. The service is available online with your score report.