to ppl who are taking sat tomorrow for ed.

what u taking?
are you rush reporting? i called and they say we dont have to. but hmm.. what do you guys think?</p>

<p>I rushed it.</p>

<p>(takin physics, and writing)</p>

<p>You don't have to rush. Princeton downloads all their scores from an online database, so they will receive that before a rushed score paper report.</p>

<p>takeheart, you sure about that?</p>

<p>Well, I forwarded my old scores already. So those should have arrived at Princeton by now. I'm retaking the SAT I tomorrow. Haven't rushed it yet. I'm waiting to see my score online in two weeks. If my math increases, I'm going to forward it. If my math decreases, I'm not sending. So the answer is, I'm waiting for my score until I decide to rush it or not.</p>

<p>rushing and forwarding are two different things. Rushing is when u choose to send the scores to the college during registration, before u even take the test. Forwarding is when you get your scores, decide, and then send the scores to the college.</p>

<p>I believe the colleges get rushed scores before they come online. Hence the term 'rush'. At least this is wat i was told.</p>

<p>They keep saying that you don't need to rush, so I don't think it'll be a problem to send regularly.</p>

<p>Kayoshin, I think that they receive rush scores in the mail before they receive normal mailed scores, but the online scores are availabe earlier. This is what Columbia said (or, if not Columbia, some other school that I asked.... I don't remember exactly).</p>

<p>so, NO rushing?</p>

<p>not necessary</p>