College Board releases SAT Scores for October 9th, 2010 test date

October 28th, 2010 by admin

SAT test scores are out and students are all in a mad dash to find out what their SAT score results are. Unfortunately for a larger amount of students this year they will find their scores are lower than previous years for students.

College Board SAT ScoresStudents that take the SAT test receive scores on a grading scale of 200-800. The score a student gets lets them know how many students have scored better or worse than they have on the SAT test. For example, if a student received a 500 SAT test score they would be rated at performing better on the SAT than about half of the students that took the test. If you need help understanding your SAT Scores we have a resource for you here.

The College Board website provides the scores online a little less than a month after the student takes the SAT test. The SAT scores are being released today for students that have taken their SAT test on October 9th, 2010.

The importance of the tests are imperative for students as they can make or break the acceptance of a college students application. Potential students are looked at closely for a long list of attributes but bad SAT scores can get them filtered out immediately for consideration in many Universities and Schools.

If you’re a student and you haven’t taken your SAT Test yet you’re in need of an SAT score. Don’t worry there are still test dates this year and well in 2011 to take the SAT. It’s important to not wait until the last test date as you might need to retake it to get a better score after you have a feel for how the test works. The next SAT testing dates are as follows:

November 6th, 2010

December 4th, 2010
January 22nd, 2011
March 12th, 2011
May 7th, 2011
June 4th, 2011

After you’ve taken then test you have a three week waiting period before you can rush over to CollegeBoard.com and get your test scores. After you have your scores you need to size yourself up with everyone else that’s taken the SAT test and decide whether you should take it again. If you are going to take the SAT test again there are many options to improve your score online, study packets and local SAT test prep centers.

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