*another* SAT thread...

Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by surfrchck35, Nov 20, 2009.

  1. surfrchck35

    surfrchck35 Member

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    I took the SAT in January of '09 and received 530 in Math, and 640 in CR.

    I just took the test in November and, without reviewing the scores sent it into the academy.
    I took a class and am pretty confident that I raised my *horrible* math score. However, this morning, I checked my candidate profile, and my old SAT scores were the ones recorded, I was under the impression that USNA would only receive my November scores.

    Will I have to pay even more money to resend my November scores, or will the academy automatically receive them?

    How high should I raise my score to be regarded for admission?

    I attended summer seminar, will graduate high school with an Associates degree due to concurrent enrollment at a local community college, and have a great GPA with lots of strong extra curricular activities. I am also a female underrepresented minority.

    Can you give some feedback?

    Thank all of you so much. I really appreciate all of you who post in this forum, I have learned so much from here throughout the process and hopefully, I will achieve my goal!
     
  2. StudentInWisconsin

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    They should get your scores, it just takes a while. The fact that you are female doesn't make any difference. Make sure both scores are at least 600, preferably higher than that. Keep up the good work in school.
     
  3. cracked123

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    It takes a while for usna to receive SAT/ACT results and add them to your file. It took me about a month or so. Get your high school to fax your results to your admissions officer and they should be added almost immediately.
     

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