As of today, we have 10,621 Early Action applicants, and just under 2,300 of them are still missing SAT/ACT (with writing) test scores. What this is telling me is that a number of you have waited to send in your test scores for the October SAT/ACT exams, even though UGA uses only the strongest subscores. But good news, as the College Board's website states that the October SAT results will be sent to the colleges on Friday, October 29. As such, I expect that we will be loading these scores into our system on either Friday (depending on the time we get the scores) or Monday. While you may be able to view your scores online on the College Board website on Thursday, please be patient with colleges as we load them into our systems.
As for the October ACT, I do not have an exact date for receiving these scores, as their website does not give reporting dates, and they give variations of 3-6 weeks after the test for scores to be received by colleges. The ACT has been getting better about sending us the scores in a timely fashion, so I hope that we will have the scores by mid-November, but we will just have to wait and see.
Please remember to keep up with your myStatus page to make sure that all your information is in to UGA, and I will keep you updated about the timeline for Early Action as we get closer to the decision date.