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Scores for the June 1st SAT Now Available!

By June 20, 2013

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Scores from the June 1st SAT are now available on the CollegeBoard website. If your scores aren't as high as you had hoped, don't panic -- you have plenty of options with low SAT scores.

Also, keep in mind that all highly selective colleges have holistic admissions -- they evaluate the whole applicant, not just some numerical data. A winning essay, meaningful extracurricular activities, demonstrated interest and good letters of recommendation can help make up for less-than-ideal test scores. Most important of all is a strong academic record with challenging courses.

That said, if your SAT scores are significantly below the norm for a selective college, your chances of getting accepted will be diminished. These SAT articles and comparison charts can help you figure out how you measure up to matriculated students at different colleges and universities:


November 20, 2012 at 8:46 am
(1) SAT parent says:

On the website, it does say that scores are “now available.” However, my son’s scores are not posted. When I called the College Board, the representative said that some will be posted today, but others not until Thursday, or next Tuesday, or even later. This seems incredibly unfair, and very frustrating.

December 19, 2012 at 11:51 am
(2) Sue says:

I think your son needs to learn patience. I don’t know how many kids take the SAT on any given Saturday, maybe 100,000 or so in the US alone? It does take a while to scan all those answer sheets, get the scores up on the internet, get the score reports out to the students, etc., and they all can’t be done at once.

December 20, 2012 at 12:08 am
(3) SAT student says:

This is the same for my collebe board account. I was assuming that i would recieve my scores exactly at 12:00 am, so college board should be clearer with these types of things.

February 19, 2013 at 1:13 am
(4) khaledalm says:

when inter in my account . i found that my sat score of 26 jan 2013 not avalible i dint know why can i have any answer for this issue

March 27, 2013 at 11:18 am
(5) Sue says:

Patience is a virtue. If about 2 million kids take the SAT each year, and there are only 5-6 test dates, what does that tell you? Each answer sheet has to be scanned, the information verified and posted to the website, emails send to the students and/or counselors, score reports emailed or mailed to the colleges, etc. So it does take a while to do this for the hundreds of thousands of kids who took the SAT on any given test date.

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