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Rita Neumann

January 23 SAT Scores Are In! Now What?

If you took the January 23rd SAT, then your score report just became available.

Which means you are probably having some feelings right now:

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(Pleasantly surprised)


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(So confused)

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:


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About Rita Neumann

Rita creates fun, inspiring, and educational resources that introduce students to Magoosh and help them prep for their exams. She earned both her BA and Master of Pacific International Affairs from UC San Diego, where she also studied Spanish, French, and Portuguese. Rita loves education and marketing, just as much as she loves vinyasa yoga and baking chocolate chip cookies.

3 Responses to “January 23 SAT Scores Are In! Now What?”

  1. ibrahim ismail says:

    I top the may2 exams n got
    Mathematics 760
    Critical reading 700
    Writing. 690
    Am from Ghana please can u send me links to college I can get full scholarship easily

    • Rita Neumann Rita Kreig says:

      Hi Ibrahim,

      Well done. 🙂 That is a top-notch score!

      While I’d absolutely love to give you a list of colleges that offer scholarships that I know you could get, I’m wary to do so because I am not an admissions advisor or a financial aid advisor. However, I really want to help. So, here’s my advice: do some online research. 🙂

      Do you already know which colleges you plan to apply to? That’s the first step. Once you have your list, then go online and search the name of that college + “scholarships” or “financial aid.” For example, if you were applying to my alma mater, UCSD, you would search: “University of California, San Diego” + ~scholarships — that will return a search of scholarships related to that university. You could also try searching, “scholarships for international students,” and “name of university” + ~financial aid.

      Many universities offer financial aid to students, which you can apply for when you send in your regular application. Also, a lot of organizations offer scholarships that are completely unrelated to a specific university. For example, there is a scholarship for students who are left-handed! I believe in applying for any scholarship that you are eligible to receive. Just complete the application and hope for the best. 🙂

      Here are some of our Magoosh SAT Blog posts on financial aid and scholarships. I hope you find them helpful!

      Finding Free Money
      The Ins and Outs of Financial Aid
      The Massive Financial Aid Secret You Need to Know

      Good luck with your scholarship search! Congratulations, again, on your great SAT score. 🙂


  2. Dejen Geb says:

    Hey Ibrahim congrats on your awesome sat scores well done you must have studied hard brother,

    I took my sat test the same date as yours may 2nd 2015 but I haven’t received my scores yet. I am very frustrated

    After how many weeks did your sat score arrive to you ? Please let me know ASAP if you can thank you God bless

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