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Sending Your SAT Scores

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Sending Your SAT Scores

  1.  Log into your College Board Account using the username and password you created when registering for your SAT 
  1. After you sign in, you will see a box titled “My Test Scores”, if they have been made available. Your most recent test dates will be listed first
  1. At the bottom of your Test Scores box you will see a blue button that says “Send Available Scores Now” click that 
  1. You will be greeted by a pop up that asks you to CONFIRM that you want to send additional score reports 
  1. After you confirm that you want to send reports, you will be taken to the school choice page
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  1. Select the school(s) you would like to send the scores to: You can search by school name, city, or code.  
  1. To add a school, click on it in the “All Available Recipients” search results list, then click “Add.” Then click “Continue” to finalize your selection
  1. Confirming your School Choices: This will take you to the “Build Your Score Recipients” screen. From here, you can request additional free reports with a fee waiver, add more schools to your list of recipients, or use Score Choice to select the scores you want to send (or not send) in your score reports. 
  1. Review Your Order: When everything on the “Build Your Score Recipients” page looks good, hit “continue” to proceed with the score-sending process. This will take you to the “Review Order,” page.
 

          ** Beyond the four free reports that you get when you register for the exam, score reports costs $12 per recipient.  So four schools = four reports = $12 x 4 = $48.

  1. Check the box to agree to the terms and conditions, and place your order! Then you will be able to return to the Main “My SAT” page.

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