Can a university see all your SAT scores?

<p>I guess they can, regardless of the score choice option.</p>

<p>I remember seeing somewhere that a university can pay College Board pennies a student for a list of test takers who got a certain score and above. If that's true, a university can pay less that $100 dollars to get the students who got 2400 on SAT I. Some more to get those who scored 2390, 2380, ..., down to, say, 2100. Same for the SAT IIs. Also, APs? It wouldn't cost much to get the entire database.</p>

<p>Why would a university do that? Competing for the best kids is one reason and catching liars could be another. Does any school do that? No idea.</p>

<p>Schools can buy lists of students, but they mainly do that to put on a mailing list. A University can't see all your scores unless you choose to send all of them. They could, in theory, but a list of all the students above 1800 and then cross check to see where your name appears, but they don't go through the hassle. Instead, they just state whether they superscore or not and whether they accept score choice or not.</p>

<p>Wouldn't it be a privacey issue...
?</p>

<p>I think all they get for mailing lists are names of students within bands of scores...</p>

<p>2000 and up
2200 and up
etc</p>

<p>I wonder if the schools can see everyone you list to get FAFSA info --or everyone you list to get Common AP
Is it blasted out--or sent like a blind copy??</p>

<p>What made me think about this--was in the score report--at the bottom it will list all those schools you chose to send reports.</p>

<p>Our student is doing pre-reads right now..
We chose to not send scores anywhere with the testing fees (free reports) --until we saw results.
Had there been schools listed--Every school which asked for the score report to be faxed would see all the schools listed.. :rolleyes:</p>

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I think all they get for mailing lists are names of students within bands of scores...</p>

<p>2000 and up
2200 and up
etc

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<p>2000 and up and 2010 and up gives you who got 2000.</p>