Sending Scores

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  1. O__o

    O__o Member

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    Greetings,
    As part of the USMMA application file, I am required to "send" my official SAT scores along with the packet. Now my questions is- what does that mean?

    I sent my SAT scores to the USMMA through the traditional way- via Collegeboard. But in the Part 3 of the application, it says "make sure that the official SAT scores are included with the packet"? does that mean I have to print my SAT score reports and send it with the packet?
     
  2. beyond

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    If you had the college board send them I think you're probably good to go. If you aren't sure call admissions directly.
     
  3. soyce

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    i am in this situation too... in the part 3 form where the school official has to complete.. there is a small checklist on the bottom with a box next to "Official SAT/ACT scores" do i have to print my sat scores and make my school official review and sign it? because that is a confidential information that i do not want to share
     
  4. swrakow

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    USMMA admissions officers will take your information via mail and email. While you should have your official scores sent directly from College Board to USMMA, it doesn't hurt to print your scores, scan, and then email them up to your admissions officer. All the contact info is noted on the USMMA admissions website. Same goes for your transcript and any other information you want to go before USMMA admissions. Good luck!
     
  5. usmma2020z

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    USMMA is not picky about how they receive your materials. I've sent them a lot of the materials myself because I know for sure that they got it rather than hear it through a third party who doesn't have much of a vested interest in my application. Anyways, most high schools have ACT/SAT scores on the transcripts. If so, that's ok. Essentially, as long as all of the requested information gets to them, you are fine.
     

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