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Sending score

BenkaminBenkamin Registered User Posts: 30 Junior Member
I had a SAT yesterday. but the due date is 12/1. It was unexpected date because of Sandy. Because of this, I can't send my score.

Someone said that you can submit your score even the due date pass. He said you must submit the original score first. Later, submit other score that I took in this month. (not sure about this method.)

Is it possible??
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Replies to: Sending score

  • aleyna22aleyna22 Registered User Posts: 278 Junior Member
    Yeah, that's what I had to do. Not because of Sandy, though. Just because I had to retake my SAT because my October scores weren't what I wanted.
    But what you need to do is e-mail or call an admissions person from whatever college you're trying to apply to and explain the situation.
  • drusbadrusba Registered User Posts: 9,063 Senior Member
    Check with college. Usually if there is a 12/1 application deadline scores can be sent into December but there are exceptions, e.g., some may require everything by 12/1 if you want to be considered for scholarships. Also, the college you are referring to may have already adopted "Sandy" rules allowing later submissions from those affected by Sandy.
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