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How To Find Old SAT Scores

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How To Find Old SAT Scores
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So if you took the SAT a million years ago and thought that by walking away from the testing site you were done with that phase of your life forever, you haven't been trying to continue your education.

What if you went right into a trade, bypassed college, and are now considering enrolling in an undergraduate program? Do you even remember what test you took? Or what a good SAT score is?

You'll need those SAT score reports pronto, and here's how to go about getting them.

Difficulty: Easy
Time Required: 15 minutes

Here's How:

  1. Remember whether you took the ACT or SAT in high school. Here's a hint: Your ACT score will be a two digit number from 0 – 36. Your SAT score will be a three or four digit score between 600 – 2400. However, since the SAT has changed quite a bit in the last twenty years, the score you may have received in the 70's would be scaled a bit differently now.

    How to find your old ACT score

  2. How to Get Your Old SAT Scores

    • By mail: Download the request form and mail to SAT Program P.O. Box 8057 Mt. Vernon, IL 62864
    • By phone: For an additional fee of $10, you can call 866.756.7346 to order archived reports.

    Fees for Your Old SAT Scores

    • Score Reports: $30
    • Additional Score Reports: $11 each
  3. Wait for your score reports to arrive!

Tips:

  1. Get some info together before you get on the phone: Name and address at the time of testing, approximate test date, college and scholarship program codes for recipients of your scores, credit card number, etc.
  2. Write legibly on all required forms, preferably in all caps
  3. Remember that since your scores are older, the tests may have changed and the score reporting services will send a letter stating that fact to the institution you're interested in.

What You Need

  • Your address at the time of testing
  • Your credit card
  • Your approximate testing date
  • College and scholarship program codes
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