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Sending SAT scores

CloosterClooster Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
edited November 2007 in College Search & Selection
Hey everyone,

I guess I sort of procrastinated on sending my SAT scores =/. A lot of my applications are due December 1st and I was wondering whether or not the universities want your SAT scores by that date or whether you have to have them sent by that date. As of now, I have everything ready to send. I just need to decide whether or not I need to rush my scores. Any advice?
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Replies to: Sending SAT scores

  • es222es222 Registered User Posts: 251 Junior Member
    I have the same exact question. Is the regular score reports (charge- $9) fine? Will they understand that I took the SAT's in Nov. and can they receive them past the deadline? Is there any reason for Rush reporting or is that just a huge ripoff?
  • ChedvaChedva Super Moderator Posts: 28,534 Super Moderator
    Check your schools' websites. They'll tell you what tests they accept for ED, EA and RD.

    Regular score reporting is fine. Schools get the scores electronically in a batch and have processes to get the appropriate scores in the appropriate files. "Rush" scores are sent individually by snail mail, and often get to your files after the regular score would have.
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