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Got a Question?

Lydia15Lydia15 Registered User Posts: 172 Junior Member
edited February 2012 in College Admissions
I'm a sophomore who is taking the SAT subject Test in Chemistry and I was wondering do I send my score reports to colleges and universities now because I have the option to do free score reports, but they will expire on May 14. Is there even a point to do this if the colleges and universities will throw them out since I'm not a junior?

Replies to: Got a Question?

  • DesiCollegeGalDesiCollegeGal Registered User Posts: 406 Member
    You don't have to send them right away. You have an account on College Board, right? , Your scores will still be there and saved on your College Board account in senior year (that's why you really shouldn't send anything to colleges right now). . Focus on the tests right now--the college choices can wait! Just take the Chem Subject Test and send the result through College Board in your senior year to your chosen colleges.
    Good luck on the test, btw! :)
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