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How do students cancel their scores?

SAT Reasoning Test:

Students must cancel all scores for that test day–meaning, a student must cancel critical reading, writing, and mathematics sections. After the test, students should ask the test supervisor for a Request to Cancel Test Scores Form, complete it immediately and return it to the test supervisor before leaving the room.

SAT Subject Tests:

Students must cancel scores from ALL of the Subject Tests taken on that date. If all responses to an individual Subject Test are erased, it will be considered a cancellation request, and scores from all tests taken on that day will be canceled. If a student is taking the Mathematics Level 1 or Mathematics Level 2 and the calculator malfunctions, those scores can be canceled, but the student can still have the other Subject Tests scored. Students taking a listening test in November whose CD player malfunctions can cancel these scores, but still have the other Subject Tests scored.

Canceling Scores After Test Day

Cancellation requests after the test day must be received by the Wednesday following the test date. Requests must be received in writing and include:

* the test center number
* the name of the test they want to cancel
* student’s name, address, sex, birth date, social security number, and registration number
* signature

Where to send the Cancellation Request

Students should label their inquiry “Attention: SAT Score Cancellation” and send it by one of the following:

* Fax: (609) 771-7681
* Overnight delivery (U.S. only) U.S. Postal Service Express Mail:
SAT Score Cancellation
PO Box 6228
Princeton, NJ 08541-6228
* Other overnight mail or courier service (U.S. or international):
SAT Score Cancellation
225 Phillips Boulevard
Ewing, NJ 08618 U.S.A


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