If you registered for SAT Subject Tests online or you registered by mail and set up a College Board account, you’ll get an email telling you how to sign in to your online score report when scores are ready.
When to Expect Scores
New Score Release Policies
Starting in October, you’ll get your Subject Test scores faster. Learn more about the changes.
We’re making changes to help you get scores more quickly. Here’s what you need to know about the 2017-18 school year:
- October, November, December, and May scores will be released about two weeks after test day. You’ll receive an email when your scores are ready. We’ll send your scores to colleges within 10 days after they’re available to you.
- August and June scores may take longer—up to six weeks for all scores.
Paper Score Reports
Students who register online and wish to receive a paper score report by mail, in addition to the online score report, must request it when they register.
Students who register by mail and who do not have active College Board online accounts will receive paper score reports. They can also get their Subject Test scores by calling customer service, but there’s an additional fee.
Scores by Phone
Who Else Sees Your Scores
If you chose score recipients before scores were released, those colleges and scholarship programs will get your score report shortly after you do. Your high school, district, and state will be able to see your scores online, too.
If Your Scores Aren’t Online Yet
Most scores are available within the same score release window, but some might not be. If you fall in this group, you'll get a message telling you to check back—usually about a week later.
Some reasons scores may be delayed:
- You took a makeup test later than the actual test day.
- Your answer sheet was received late.
- Your answer sheet is missing information.
- Your answer sheet information is inconsistent with your registration information.
- An irregularity was reported at your test site.
We understand it can be frustrating if you don't see your scores when you're expecting them, and we appreciate your patience. If your scores aren’t delayed, you can troubleshoot missing scores.