When Do SAT Scores Come Out?

Well, 13 days after the test is the default time but varies nationally and internationally. Find all about when do SAT scores come out?

Updated by Utkarsh on 22nd November 2019

SAT scores online beginning 13 days after the test.

To complete the admission procedure in the college students necessarily require SAT Scores. Almost all candidates remain interested to know and learn about their performance in the exam. In around two to three weeks following the test date Sat scores are released. The table below presents the exact dates.

2018-2019 SAT Score Release Dates (U.S.)

SAT Test Date

SAT Score Release Date

(Multiple Choice)

SAT Score Release Date

(Essay)

25-Aug-2018

07-Sep-2018

09-Sep-2018

06-Oct-2018

19-Oct-2018

21-Oct-2018

03-Nov-2018

16-Nov-2018

18-Nov-2018

01-Dec-2018

14-Dec-2018

16-Dec-2018

09-Mar-2019

22-Mar-2019

24-Mar-2019

04-May-2019

17-May-2019

19-May-2019

01-Jun-2019

10-Jul-2019

14-Jul-2019

2019-2020 SAT Score Release Dates (U.S.)

SAT Test Date

SAT Score Release Date

(Multiple Choice)

SAT Score Release Date

(Essay)

24-Aug-2019

06-Sep-2019

09-Sep-2019

05-Oct-2019

18-Oct-2019

21-Oct-2019

02-Nov-2019

15-Nov-2019

18-Nov-2019

07-Dec-2019

20-Dec-2019

23-Dec-2019

14-Mar-2020

27-Mar-2020

30-Mar-2020

02-May-2020

15-May-2020

18-May-2020

06-Jun-2020

15-Jul-2020

17-Jul-2020

2018-2019 SAT Score Release Dates (International)

International Test Date

International SAT Score Release Date

06-Oct-2018

October 19-21, 2018

01-Dec-2018

December 16-18, 2018

09-Mar-2019

March 22-24, 2019

04-May-2019

May 17-19, 2019

2019-2020 SAT Score Release Dates (International)

International Test Date

International SAT Score Release Date

05-Oct-2019

October 18-23, 2019

07-Dec-2019

December 20-25, 2019

14-Mar-2020

March 27-April 1, 2020

02-May-2020

May 15-20, 2020

How long does it usually taken by College Board to release SAT scores Online?

From the dates above it can be analyzed, that it approximately takes the College Board (the authority of the SAT) thirteen days to reveal multiple-choice (MCQ) scores to candidates and an additional two days to release essay scores. June test scores take a bit longer due to a higher volume of test-takers.

Other Ways to Get Scores

Students who have registered by mail account and don't have their own active College Board online account will receive paper score reports by following steps:

  • Go to your online score report,
  • Click the View Details button,
  • Now go to Download Report in the top right corner of the website.
  • To print your scores in Desktop Mode.

Candidates can get their SAT scores by registering their mobile number and then sending a message on the day they're released, but there's an extra fee for the service.

Students can call to request old scores. You'll have to pay a fee.

How to Get Help with Scores

If you're having trouble accessing your released scores:

You may need to update your account information. It is advised to log into the student portal on the official website and follow the steps and instructions to verify your account. Also, follow the steps to learn how to use your registration number from the SAT or Subject Tests to verify your account for future use.

Also Read: What is a Good SAT Score?