Once you have left high school and have not tested for a year, we archive your test scores and your responses to the SAT Questionnaire. However, they can be retrieved for reporting to you and to the colleges, universities, and scholarship programs you choose.
How to Request Old Scores
There is a score reporting fee for each report, plus an additional retrieval fee for processing archived scores. View fees.
Download the archived score report order form (.pdf/1.02MB) and complete each section. Then send your completed form and payment to this address:
P.O. Box 7503
London, KY 40742-7503
Call Customer Service and have the following information ready:
- Current name and address
- Test date and registration number (if available)
- Name and address at the time you tested
- College and scholarship program codes (.pdf/2.51MB) of score recipients
- Credit card number and expiration date
Rush reporting is available for older SAT scores, for an additional rush fee plus the score reporting fee for each report, and the retrieval fee for processing the archived scores. Credit card payment is required for phone requests. View fees.
Check with your college before you order rush reports because institutions receive scores in different formats and may not review your scores until their next scheduled delivery time. Learn more about rush reporting.
- Official score reports that are 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.
- This message also notifies colleges that for Subject Tests and for the English Language Proficiency Test™ (ELPT™) in particular, knowledge of the subject may change with additional study in the field, and scores may become less valid predictors in a shorter period of time.
- All SAT Program test scores for tests taken on or after April 1, 1995, are reported on a recentered scale. This is indicated by an "R" next to students' scores.