questions regarding sending scores..

<p>do i have to send the scores now?? or later? if i want my SAT scores from october to be included?? is it too late to send it when the score comes out next friday?? help mee!!</p>

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<p>Rather than bumping, can you clarify yourself? Are you EA?</p>

<p>yea I'm doing EA</p>

<p>I'm also doing EA</p>

<p>I called up admissions regarding this matter...they said even the november(nov. 6 sat) would arrive in time if rushed to the admissions office. The october test scores will arrive in sufficient time as long as you send before the end of next week (rushed)</p>

<p>what if we dont' want to send in rushed? If I send in my scores tommorow (non-rushed), then do you think Harvard will get it in time for EA? Also, I thought we didn't have to rush the november scores for EA-we can just indicate harvard as a score recepient on the SAT registration form for november test.</p>

<p>This is what it says on the Application Status page for Harvard.</p>

<p>"Test scores come to us on computer diskettes or internet downloads almost as quickly as they are reported to you. "Rush reports" come quickly, but on paper, which goes into your folder but not to the database - the computer records arrive later. Don't worry if your score records don't show new tests for a few days after you first receive your results. This is the current status of tests on the website:
- ACTs and SATs are arriving via the internet - ACTs are delivered twice a week, SATs are delivered once a week, and rushed SATs are delivered daily. All prior data, including the bulk of the November SATs has been posted."</p>

<p>I'm not sure if that helps you, or confuses you. I don't understand what they mean with November SATs being posted... maybe that's a holdover from last year?</p>

<p>Thanks for posting, just<em>forget</em>me. I don't really understand what they are saying. Does anyone know what is the absolute deadline for them to receive official score reports from collegeboard?</p>