Cutting to the chase: There's no difference between digital test scores and traditional test scores.
How to Get Scores
Just sign in to your online score report. If you gave us your email address, we'll let you know when your scores are ready. Otherwise, your school will tell you when scores are available. Exact timing varies by test day.
Who Sees Your Scores
- Your scores may be shared with your school, district, and/or state.
- Some schools also send a hard copy of your score report to your home address.
- If you take the SAT, we'll send your scores to the colleges on your score-send list.
Colleges Everywhere Accept SAT Scores
All colleges accept SAT scores as part of the college application process, regardless of whether you took the test digitally or on paper.
Note: If you took the SAT with state-approved accommodations, you'll receive a score report, and your results will be reported to the state, but you won't be able to send your scores to colleges for admission purposes.
Practice for Your Next Test
Share your scores with Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy to get a personalized SAT study plan based on your results. Just link your College Board and Khan Academy accounts.
Multiple-Choice Hand Score Verification
Multiple-choice hand score verification isn't available to digital test takers because it's no longer needed. Instead of marking an answer sheet in pencil, you'll submit your responses through the secure testing browser.
More Information About Scores
Get details on how to access your scores, who can see your scores, what your scores mean, and how to find your way around your score report: