Q&A: Should I Send My SAT Scores to Colleges Automatically or Wait?

Matt Larriva
Apr 01, 2020
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Rather than selecting schools at the time of your SAT registration, with and give yourself time to evaluate your results; decide if you want to submit them; then send them, or not. I suggest reading, How To Get Into The Ivy League for a more detailed look at the importance of your SAT Scores.

The only downside is it costs you about $10 per school to forego sending at the time you register.

If you elect to send your scores when you register for the test, then it’s free. I believe you can send scores to two up to schools for free.

If you send the scores after the test I believe it costs $10 per test.

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  • Increases knowledge retention by up to 20%
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Microlearning works: we’ve proven it.

The average student who studies for 8 hours will gain 90 points on the SAT. Power Play students gain 200 points in the same amount of time.

How it works:

  • Increases knowledge retention by up to 20%
  • Boosts confidence and reduces test-day anxiety
  • Maximizes engagement and daily improvement
  • Provides a healthier way to study than cramming