Guess what?! SAT score reports from the March 2016 test are now available!
These are the first round of scores from the brand new SAT, so you should feel especially special!
Whether you’re psyched about your scores…
want to pretend like the last SAT never happened…
or just aren’t sure what all those numbers mean,
…Magoosh is here to help!
New SAT Scores
A big exam like the SAT can be intimidating, especially since this is the first time anyone has taken the new SAT. There’s been a few scoring changes on the new SAT, but the actual score numbers remain the same. Looking at your scores can sometimes make you even more anxious than the actual test. But, there’s no need to worry! Magoosh can help you figure out what your scores mean, whether you should retake the test, and how to improve your scores.
First of all, don’t feel like you must share your score right away! It’s completely okay to keep that info to yourself until you feel like sharing. And of course, the SAT isn’t everything. Whether you aced the SAT or not, scores are only one component of the college admissions process, and don’t reflect your whole self! The SAT is just a test. 🙂
Take a deep breath, review your scores, and then read these blogs to figure out what to do next:
Check out these blogs!
Retaking the SAT
If you decide to retake the SAT, you can count on Magoosh to guide you through the process. In addition to our great blogs full of study tips and SAT secrets, you can also join Magoosh as a premium student. Premium students can get online test prep with a 150-point score guarantee! We love helping you ace the SAT!
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About Emily Faison
An avid reader and art enthusiast, Emily has degrees in English from Florida State University and Southeastern University. When she's not editing web content for a local magazine, you’ll probably find her catching up on her Netflix queue or reading a novel with a fresh cup of coffee at a local cafe.
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