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URGENT! How to submit official SAT score report on common app

Hello, how do you submit your sat score report on common app? Or do you just go on the collegeboard website and send it from there with a fee? Please answer quick, this is urgentttttttttt

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2 months ago

After you login to Common App, you click on the 3rd horizontal tab called Common App. You will see a left hand side menu. 4th down the list is a section heading called "TESTING". Click on that. The first question is

In addition to sending official score reports as required by colleges, do you wish to self-report scores or future test dates for any of the following standardized tests: ACT, SAT/SAT Subject, AP, IB, Cambridge, TOEFL, PTE Academic, IELTS, and Duolingo English Test? You should answer "YES" if you want to report a score.

Then just follow the prompts and select "SAT" and keep going.

Remember, that it is your responsibility to make sure the college you are applying to gets the official SAT report from Collegeboard. So after you fill out the Common App testing submission section, you need login into CollegeBoard, and go to your SAT test scores, and select report a score. I'm not sure how much each report is. ($12-$15).

Good luck.

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2 months ago

You should send it through the SAT not common app. Submit test scores to whichever schools you are applying to.

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2 months ago

First I would see if your college requires official score reports, many do not require them (you can just self-report your score and then send the official report if you choose to enroll). Then if they do need the reports you send them through the collegeboard website. Same goes for AP exams as well.

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