Your online score report includes a link to the Send Scores page. You can also see a step-by-step guide to sending scores.
See if AP classes would be a good fit for you.
On your score report, click the AP Potential tab to view this information:
A list of all AP courses, with an indication of how prepared you are to take that course based on your SAT score
Whether each AP course is offered at your school.
If you select a college major from the menu, you can also view whether each AP course is relevant to that major.
Connect with colleges and scholarships.
If you didn’t join Student Search Service® when you registered for the test, you can join it from your score report. When you join, colleges can send you information about their campuses, programs, and scholarships. The colleges don’t see your actual score, but they can use criteria like score range, geographic location, and interests to contact you if you’re a good match.
Use Student Search Service to connect to colleges and scholarship programs looking for students like you.
Go to Student Search Service
Practice and improve.
If you plan to take the SAT again—and you have time before you apply for college—use your SAT score report to get personalized practice from Khan Academy. Go to satpractice.org and link your College Board and Khan Academy accounts to start practicing.