SAT II Subject Test Score Reporting?

<p>Hey guys, I'm new here. </p>

<p>I registered for the SAT II Subject Test Bio E/M a while back, and the test date is this coming Saturday, June 5th. Now the test isn't my concern here, it's the actaul score reporting that's got me confused.</p>

<p>After some research on the CollegeBoard website, I am still not sure how the reporting, or rather lack of reporting works.</p>

<p>The thing is, I'm currently a high school freshman, and even though the test doesn't look that bad with some extra studying, I have no idea whether or not the CollegeBoard will automatically send my scores on the test to all colleges, no colleges, or any mix of the aforementioned parties.</p>

<p>Basically, my question is:</p>

<p>If I just registered for a CollegeBoard account and immediately signed up for the SAT II Subject Test Bio E/M (Paying the late fee), and if I have not touched my account settings, does CollegeBoard send my test scores to colleges without asking me first? </p>

<p>Thanks to everyone in advance.</p>

<p>Well... you should definitely have your identification part filled out... like the address, NAME, SSN (if you have it). </p>

<p>Anything else is extra.</p>

<p>Since you are a freshmen, DON'T SEND YOUR SCORES TO COLLEGES!!!! I think that's what you meant by score reporting.</p>

<p>Or... are you actually confused about getting your score? When you register online for SAT II, there is a checkbox that asks you if you'd like your score reported online (and save paper) or through mail. If you check the online option, your score will be posted in 20 days on college board. If you didn't check that, then your score will be sent through mail, and you usually get it around a month.</p>

<p>Yeah your first assumption is what I meant. Sorry for being unclear, but my question is basically how to stop CollegeBoard from sending your scores to colleges, or if it's preset to not send scores to colleges.</p>