What is the difference between an advisor and a score recipient?

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October 6, 2021
August 5, 2021

A score recipient is a school or educational consultant to which you send your SSAT scores for enrollment consideration.

A score advisor is someone who is assisting you with your testing and application process. This is usually a placement director at your school, an educational consultant, or an access organization counselor. This person works with students for outplacement and, once designated, will have access to view and send test scores on a student's behalf. Your full score report (including the writing sample) is NOT automatically available to your advisor. If you would like your advisor to have access to your full score report, you must also list them as a score recipient.

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