You must have written the SAT exam, or you have a friend who has written the exam and can’t wait for the scores, and you will be wondering when the SAT scores will come out.
Well, you should be able to view your score at most 13 days after your exam. It should be within 13 days to 20 days after your exam because it depends on the period you wrote the exam. If you wrote the exam during summer, it might take some time before the results will be out, like six weeks.
The essay section of the exam takes a few days to be released after the multiple-choice questions have been removed because it is marked manually, unlike the other marked using a machine.
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How do I check my SAT scores
There are so many ways to check your scores.
- Soft copy:
If you registered with your email, then the results will be sent to your mail. You can print it out anytime you want to. The advantage of the soft copy sent to your email is that it’s permanently there, and no one will remove it unless you delete it yourself.
- Online Score reports:
If you have opened an online account, you can sign in using your username and password, which is associated with your college board account, so that the colleges you registered with will have access to your results.
You can get your results on your phone but you will have to pay extra money.
When do SAT scores come out?
The SAT date for 2020 to 2021
|SAT Test date||Multiple choice result release date||Essay result date||Colleges receive result on|
|March 13, 2021||March 26, 2021||April 2, 2021||April 5, 2021|
|May 8, 2021||May 21, 2021||May 28, 2021||May 31, 2021|
|June 5, 2021||July 14, 2021||July 21, 2021||July 24, 2021|
|August 28, 2021||September 10, 2021||September 13-15, 2021||October 25, 2021|
|October 2, 2021||October 15, 2021||October 18-20, 2021||October 30, 2021|
|November 6, 2021||November 19, 2021||November 22-24, 2021||December 4, 2021|
|December 4, 2021||December 17, 2021||December 20-23, 2021||January 3, 2022|
These dates are like this because it follows a specific pattern, although it is yet to be confirmed by the college board. As we know, the pandemic could affect the dates.
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