For students who take the SAT in January, May or October, the College Board offers what it calls its Question-and-Answer Service or QAS.
With the Question-and-Answer Service, you’ll get:
* A copy of the SAT questions for the specific testing administration
* A record of your answers, the correct answers, and additional scoring instructions
* Information about the type of test questions and levels of difficulty of the questions
The QAS is a very valuable tool for improving your SAT score because you receive a copy of the test you took along with your answers to all of the questions. Using QAS, you can see specifically which questions you missed so you know exactly what you need to work on to improve.
SAT QAS can be ordered at the time you register for the test and/or any time within five months after the test date. Be aware that QAS reports take a while (6-8 weeks) to send so you may not receive yours before the next SAT test date. Best to order as early as possible.
The fee for the service is currently $18.
To order the QAS for a test you’ve already taken, sign in to the College Board website and go to the ‘My Scores’ page where you should see a link to order the ‘QAS’. You can also call the College Board and order over the phone.
Alternatively, you can download and fill out the Question & Answer Service Order Form (PDF) and mail it in with a check or money order.