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How many times (for how many registrations) is the SAT free score reports option available?

ofmiddkofmiddk Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
I am going to test on the SAT subject tests in June and I still have the option to use the free score reports to send to whatever colleges I choose. But I am also going to take the SAT I test in October so I was wondering if when I register for that test in October do I get another four free score reports as well?

ALSO, does one score report from the collegeboard include either SAT I scores or SAT II scores but can't include scores from both test types? (to rephrase, is an SAT score report SAT test-type specific?)
Also, what other ways are there to send my SAT scores to multiple colleges without a large amount of money because it'll really cause a burden for me when I start applying. :-S

Replies to: How many times (for how many registrations) is the SAT free score reports option available?

  • billcshobillcsho Registered User Posts: 15,552 Senior Member
    edited May 16
    Yes, each time you take a test, you get 4 free score reports to schools that can include all previous tests, SAT1 and SAT2. But for the schools that you have already submitted free score reports, they will not receive any new scores after that unless you pay for it.
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