| Test Date || Scores by Web|| Paper Scores Begin Mailing |
| October 6, 2007|| October 25|| November 2, 2007 |
| November 3, 2007|| November 20|| November 30, 2007 |
| December 1, 2007|| December 20, 2007|| December 31, 2007|
| January 26, 2008|| February 14, 2008|| February 25, 2008 |
| March 1, 2008|| March 20, 2008|| March 28, 2008|
| May 3, 2008|| May 22, 2008|| June 2, 2008|
| June 7, 2008|| June 26, 2008 || July 7, 2008 |
You can make changes to your score recipients easily in your My SAT account. When you register, you can send four score reports at no cost. You can change these score recipients until 11:59 PM (EST) on the Monday one week after your scheduled test date.
You can also view your SAT online score report. The SAT online score report is available free to every student who takes the SAT—all you need is a collegeboard.com account.
In addition to the score reports you chose to send when you registered for the SAT, you can send scores to other colleges and scholarship programs for an additional fee. We will report scores that are available and reportable at the time your request is received.
Only score reports from completed and scored tests will be sent. You can only send scores that appear next to test dates on your SAT Status page. Scores from future tests for which you have registered, but have not yet completed, will not be included.
Scores are mailed to you and the additional colleges and programs requested approximately five weeks after we receive your request.
All available scores will be sent, including those from previous test administrations. You cannot send only your latest or highest SAT Reasoning Test scores, or separate scores for critical reading or math or writing, or only SAT Reasoning Test or only SAT Subject Tests scores.
Rush reporting is available for an additional fee. Rush scores are sent two business days after your request is received. Be sure to check with the institutions before requesting this service: not all colleges can accept rush reporting.
Remember, most colleges and universities require official score reports sent from the College Board.