SAT QAS and SAS Service
Questions and Answer Service(QAS)
- Provides you with a copy of the verbal and math sections of your SAT I: Reasoning Test, a record of your answers, the correct answers, and scoring instructions.
- You can order QAS up to 5 months after the test date.
- Includes information about the types of questions and the level of difficulty of each question.
- The fee is $10.
- QAS is not available for SAT II: Subject Tests.
- A copy of your answer sheet can be included for an additional $10 fee.
- You can order QAS when you register for the test, or when you complete the order form sent with your score report.
- Materials are mailed about six weeks after your request is received and your test has been scored.
Student Answer Service(SAS)
- Provides a computer-generated report that indicates:
- the difficulty of each SAT I question and whether it was answered correctly,
incorrectly, or omitted
- the question type for verbal questions
- the content type for math questions
- The fee is $5.
- You can order SAS when you register for the SAT I test or by completing the order form sent
with your score report.
- SAS is available up to five months after the test date.
- Materials are mailed three to six weeks after your request is received and your test has
- SAS is not available for SAT II tests.
The Score Choice option allows you to see your test scores then decide if you wish to send them to colleges. If you
decide to send your scores out then, you must complete the Authorization to Release Scores Form, found in your SAT
Registration Bulletin, and mail or fax it to the SAT organization(known as the College Board).
Student Descriptive Questionnare(SDQ)
The SDQ is a questionnaire section that you can complete in your SAT registration bulletin. It provides a summary
of your interest, activities and plans. The SDQ is sent out along with test scores to the colleges you select.
Student search Service
The SSS is a free service that helps you market yourself to colleges. When completed on your SAT registration bulletin,
the information is sent out to numerous colleges and universities. However, your test scores are not sent along with this information.
This service is great because, may colleges that you may have never heard of will send information about their institution. This is a
great research aid and it provides you with more college opportunities.
Additional Reports Request Form
This form lets you order additional score reports to send to other colleges. This form should be included
with your Admission Ticket, but if not then you may request one by:
You can call the automated, TOLL FREE NUMBER 1-800-SAT-SCORE (1-800-728-7267) , 24 hours a day,
7 days a week if you:
- do not need customer service assistance
- call from the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, or U.S. Virgin Islands
- use a Touchtone phone
- use a Visa, MasterCard, or American Express credit card to pay for this service (no billing)
You can call 1-609-771-7600, automated and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you:
- do not need customer service assistance
- use a Visa, MasterCard, or American Express credit card, or wish to be billed for this service
- use a TouchTone phone
If you need customer service assistance, you can also call 1-609-771-7600 from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Eastern time, Monday through Friday and speak to a customer service representative.
If you are deaf or hard of hearing, the TTY number is 1-609-882-4118.
When we receive your request to have scores reported to colleges or scholarship programs, we will send the scores within three to five weeks.
The fee for this service by phone is $7 per call, plus $6.50 for each report (maximum of 8 reports per call - additional reports will require another call).
SAT Rush Report
Through this service, they will send your score report, first class, to any college or scholarship program you request.
It usually takes about 2 days to process your request but, this service is not available to you until after the test
is scored (three weeks). The fee for rush reporting is $20, plus $6.50 for each report. See Address above for contact information.
Admission Ticket Correction
When your ticket arrives, check to make sure your identifying information, address, and high school code
are correct. If not, make the changes on the Correction Form and mail the form
(hold on to your ticket -- you'll need it to be admitted to the test center) to the address
on the form before the test date. You can also change, add, or delete the college codes you
designated to receive your scores.
If you don't get your Admission Ticket/Correction Form at least one week before the test date, or if you
lose it, call 1-609-771-7600 for your registration number and the name and address of your test center.
You must contact the testing organization at least 2 1/2 weeks before the test date to make changes.
Call us by the Wednesday that is 2 1/2 weeks before the test date to make these changes. If the deadline
is missed, then you must take your Admission Ticket to the test center and attempt to be admitted after
regular registers and before standbys. A $15 fee is required to change your test date. Call 1-609-771-7600
from 8:30 am to 9:30 pm ET, Monday through Friday. Try to avoid the busiest day (Monday), the busiest hours
(3:00 to 6:00 Eastern Time), and registration deadline dates. Whenever you call, please have available your
registration number and test date, your social security number, the college codes, and, if paying by credit
card, the credit card number and expiration date.