If you are the parent of an 11th grader and your child took the brand-new SAT this past March, the College Board has informed us that your scores are now posted online at the College Board website.
You can also take advantage of the official SAT Score Converter tool to see how scores from the new SAT compare to the old SAT, and the ACT. (the College Board and the ACT worked together to create a “concordance scale” to estimate how you might have scored on the different tests).
Colleges are expected to continue to accept both old and new SAT formats for AT LEAST this year.
To find your March 5 SAT scores, go to the College Board website.
To use the SAT Score Converter, the official tool for comparing old and new SAT scores, go here.
We’ll keep you posted with new developments in testing, college applications (where there’s yet another potential game-changer brewing) and financial aid as they develop.
Peter & Jill Ratzan
PS If your child took their SAT before March, they took a different SAT. You can learn how their test was scored here.
PPS If you’re the parent of a 9th or 10th grader and want to understand more about the test and how to prepare, check out Inside the SAT from the College Board.