If you took the January 23rd SAT, then your score report just became available.
Which means you are probably having some feelings right now:
For the record, all of these feelings are warranted. It is incredibly nerve-wracking to take that first look at your scores.
If you haven’t checked yet, be sure to do so when you have a moment alone. Give yourself the time and space needed to process the information before sharing it with your friends and family.
And remember: Good or bad, your SAT score is just a number.
Wondering what that number means? I’ve collected our top 10 SAT scores posts to help answer your questions.
All About Your SAT Score:
1. Interpreting Your SAT Scores Infographic
2. Average SAT Scores
3. What’s a Good SAT Score?
4. Calculate SAT Scores
5. SAT Essay Scores
6. SAT Score Ranges and Percentiles
7. SAT Score Choice vs. Superscore
8. Should I Retake the SAT?
9. How to Study for an SAT Retake
10. SAT-ACT Score Conversion
Need to Retake the SAT?
We can help you!
Not a Magoosh student yet? No problem. We offer online prep for the new (March 2016) version of the SAT. Just head to sat.magoosh.com or newsat.magoosh.com to learn more. We’ve helped thousands of students improve their test scores, and we’d love to help you, too.
Still have questions? You’re probably not alone. Leave us a comment below, and we’ll do our best to answer! 🙂