Can you submit SAT scores after the early action deadline?
Hi, I am a senior and I was wondering if anyone could answer the question above? I plan on taking the SAT that my school is offering this month. I think that I might get my scores after the early action deadline (Nov 1st and Nov. 15th). Am I allowed to submit those scores after that deadlines? The circumstances which we are under are very different from previous years.
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Each school has its own cutoff for accepting late SAT/ACT test scores so if you want a vague answer then I would say its slightly better than 50/50 a coin toss because of COVID-19 cancellations. To be sure, I would contact the admissions office of the schools you are applying to EA or ED to get a definitive answer. I know that some Ivy schools have stated on their websites that the October test date is the cutoff.