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Rush or Normal Shipping for SAT score reports (Deadline Nov. 1st)

viacollegeviacollege Registered User Posts: 127 Junior Member
edited October 2010 in College Admissions
I already wrote my highest scores and test dates all on the common app. I've already submitted my common app, as I'm applying ED (deadline: November 1st). I wanted to send a collegeboard official score report just in case.
Do you think I have to get rush shipping or normal shipping?

If you could reply ASAP, that'd be great as this is very urgent!
Thanks in advance!

Replies to: Rush or Normal Shipping for SAT score reports (Deadline Nov. 1st)

  • xrCalico23xrCalico23 Registered User Posts: 4,673 Senior Member
    Many colleges require the official score report in order for your SAT scores to be considered "official"/valid. Which college is it? You should be able to find more specific information regarding SAT score deadlines on the college's own admissions website.
  • viacollegeviacollege Registered User Posts: 127 Junior Member
    NYU. It says nothing on there website as far as I can tell. It just says to:

    "Submit all supporting materials such as transcripts and standardized test scores to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions by the appropriate deadline."

    Does this I just have to click 'submit' by the deadline, or that the scores have to *be there* by that deadline?

    I know I should have submitted my scores in advance, but all my counselors told me to submit my SAT scores *after* I submitted my application... now I'm beginning to think they steered me wrong. I really don't feel like paying an extra $30 if it is not necessary. Please help, and thanks!
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