How do I find my college board code?
For students and families, your 6-digit high school code is available in your guidance office or online using Code Search on the SAT website. If you are a homeschooled student, enter 970000.
How do I find my SAT code?
Near the end of the online registration process, you can select your test center location. You can search for test centers in your area, and then you’ll be given a list of options. Just select where you want to take the test, and the test center code will be entered.
What is AP exam code?
When you first enroll in a class section in My AP, you’re assigned a unique eight-digit alphanumeric code that serves as your official AP identifier for the exam administration. We use this code, called your AP ID, to associate you with your scores. The AP ID you receive is permanent.
When should I send my SAT scores to colleges?
The best time to send SAT, ACT and/or SAT subject test scores is about a month before the application deadline (in the case of rolling admissions, the scores should go out about a month or so before the application is submitted).
What is a 32 on SAT?
SAT and ACT Conversion Chart
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Is 1600 a good SAT score?
A 1600 is only achieved by around 300 test takers per year and makes you eligible and highly competitive for admission at every college. Looking at this from another angle, a 1600 SAT score is in the 99nth percentile, which means you scored higher than 99% of all other 2 million+ test takers.
Is 1108 a good SAT score?
The average SAT score of the last 10 years is 1,108 (25th percentile) and 1,314 (75th percentile). The submitted SAT scores of admitted students are relatively competitive and high (above the national average) at Ursinus College.