What are SAT codes?

What are SAT codes?

The SAT college and school codes are four-digit codes assigned to every college and university in the United States. They were created by the College Board as a way to reduce confusion and ensure that student SAT scores are sent to the correct schools. You may also see them referred to as CEEB codes.

How do I find my SAT school code?

For students and families, your 6-digit high school code is available in your guidance office or online using Code Search on the SAT website. If you are a homeschooled student, enter 970000.

What is a College Board code 9?

Third line of the student’s street address. State code of the student’s street address (Domestic Only). Yes 9 Nine-character Zip Code of the student’s street address (domestic only). Yes 2 Code representing the ethnicity the student has self-reported.

Is CEEB code the same as SAT code?

CEEB codes and SAT codes are different names for the same thing. The two are identical and are used interchangeably, so don’t panic if someone mentions SAT codes.

What is a code 96 for College Board?

Code 96 simply means your score is not yet ready. Some scores take longer to process because of late testing, complex shipments that require longer processing time, or other special circumstances. AP Services will email you once scores are available online.

What does code 93 mean for AP scores?

So I had just looked at my AP scores and my AP Computer Science A score had a Code 93 (score delay). I looked around on the internet and I got this code either because I took the test on the later test date (which I did on May 19th) or that CB suspects that there was cheating.

Is a 1600 a good SAT score?

Is a 1600 a good SAT score? It can’t be beat. It places you in the top 99th percentile nationally out of the 1.7 million test takers of the SAT entrance exam. The score indicates you’ve done a truly exceptional job answering the questions on the Math and Evidence-Based Reading & Writing sections of the test.