Score Availability

Register Next Tests:
10/3 , 11/7

Score delivery schedule
Test Date Delivery Status
Available to students beginning Sent to colleges beginning
Oct
3
2015
SAT Test Dates
Oct
22
2015
Oct
22
2015
Test not yet administered
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Nov
7
2015
SAT Test Dates
Nov
24
2015
Nov
24
2015
Test not yet administered
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Dec
5
2015
SAT Test Dates
Dec
22
2015
Dec
22
2015
Test not yet administered
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Jan
23
2016
SAT Test Dates
Feb
11
2016
Feb
11
2016
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Mar
5
2016
SAT Test Dates
May
5
2016
May
5
2016
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May
7
2016
SAT Test Dates
Jun
15
2016
Jun
15
2016
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Jun
4
2016
SAT Test Dates
Jul
21
2016
Jul
21
2016
Test not yet administered
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What happens behind the scenes while you wait for your scores

Why aren't my scores online?

Your SAT scores are released on collegeboard.org approximately three weeks after you take the SAT. Although most scores are available on the first score release day, a small percentage might not be. If you fall in this small percentage, you will not see your scores online. You will see a message instructing you to check back at a later date.

Please come back to the site on the recommended date—usually about a week later—to check again for your scores and to see your full score report.

Scores may be released later for reasons that include a late receipt of answer sheets, missing information on your answer sheet, information that is inconsistent with your registration information, or other uncommon conditions that flag your test for more attention. Also, if you took a makeup test later than the actual test day, your scores will be released later.

We understand that it can be frustrating if you don't see your scores when you're expecting them, and we appreciate your patience.

See what's happening behind the scenes.

Your official score report will be provided to you and your high school about five weeks after the test. Students who register online and wish to receive a paper score report by mail in addition to the online score report must request it when they register. Students who register by mail and who do not have active College Board online accounts will continue to receive paper score reports.

You may also get your SAT scores by phone by calling customer service. An additional fee applies.

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