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I am taking the American SAT this Saturday and I was wondering if I have to declare my score when I apply on UCAS ?? I read you can’t leave off dodgy GCSE or AS levels but I was wondering if the same principle was applied to the SAT. Obviously it’s a bit different because it’s American test and I feel like they only care about the English stuff. Anyways I’d rather not have to declare it, but any info would be useful !
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You have to declare any achieved qualifications. Failing to do so could void any offer that you do receive.

Poor SAT results aren’t going to negatively affect your application, but you’ll also need to have quals that will meet their offer such as AP’s etc.
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