Washington’s public universities drop SAT, ACT requirement for admission. Click here for article.
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You may take the SAT at any of the seven administrations offered through the school year, but most students take the SAT once in the spring of their junior year. That way, they can take the test again in the fall of their senior year to see if they can improve their scores.
*To get more information on the changes to the new SAT and view sample questions, visit collegereadiness.collegeboard.org.
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Don’t let test fees hold you back from taking the SAT or applying to college. Ask your counselor about SAT fee waivers. Visit sat.org/fee-waivers to see if you qualify.
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Send up to four score reports free by listing those colleges when you register.
Scores are normally reported 2-8 weeks after you test (5-8 weeks for the ACT with writing). Get your score report through your ACT web account at https://my.act.org/account/signin?location=https://my.act.org. Scores are posted according to the schedule under the “View Your Scores” link. You may not receive your scores in time to decide if you want to register for the next test date.
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If you are looking for information about AP scores for students, go to www.apscore.org.
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