How do I find my SAT scores from years ago?
You can access them online by creating an account at actstudent.org and clicking on “your test dates and scores.” You can also request scores by mail, based on instructions on the Web site, or by calling ACT at 319-337-1313. Archived score reports cost $26, plus an additional $12 for phone requests.
How do I get my original SAT scores?
Request a score report on your “My SAT” account. Submit payment information online for additional score reports that may incur fees. Accounts through “My SAT” are only available for students one year after their class graduates. Contact the SAT Program customer service department to request old scores at 866-756-7346.
How long are SAT scores kept?
How long are my SAT scores valid? Technically, they are valid forever. That said, after 5 years, your scores probably don’t mean a whole lot. Furthermore, the SAT has changed significantly in the past year, so if you took the old test, it might be worth it to take it again.
Does your SAT score ever expire?
Technically, SAT scores never expire.
According to the College Board, “Official score reports sent to colleges five or more years after a test date are accompanied by a message explaining that they may be less valid predictors of college academic performance than more recent scores.”