The SAT recently made changes to its score release policy that will allow students to receive their scores more quickly.
For the 2017-2018 school year, the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math sections for the October, November, December, March, and May exams will be released about 2 weeks after test day.
August and June test scores will be made available within 6 weeks of test day.
In addition, essay scores will be made available 5 days after multiple choice sections are released.
Below is a table of the official SAT score release timeframes for 2017-2018.
|Test||Multiple Choice Scores out||Essay Scores out|
|August 2017||Mid-September||Within five days of students receiving multiple-choice scores|
|October 2017||October 20-26||By October 31|
|November 2017||November 17-23||By November 28|
|December 2017||December 15-21||By December 26|
|March 2018||March 23-29||By April 3|
|May 2018||May 18-24||By May 29|
|June 2018||July 11||July 11|
If you took the SAT without the Essay, your score release timeframe is displayed in the “Multiple Choice Scores out” column.
If you took the SAT with the Essay, your multiple choice score release timeframe is displayed in the “Multiple Choice Scores out” column, and your essay score release timeframe is displayed in the “Essay Scores out” column.
Lastly, SAT II subject tests follow the same score release schedule as multiple choice scores.