The UGA Credit Equivalencies can be found at: UGA SATII Credit Equivalencies
Request your results:
To request College Board SATII results, please contact the College Board:
Phone: (866) 756-7346 (for customer service)
UGA’s College Board Code: 5813
This policy is in effect for all undergraduate students entering UGA. Both resident and non-resident students are eligible to receive credit.
When submitting scores, please insure that the First Name, Middle Initial, Last Name, and Date of Birth on your SATII record exactly matches the information on your UGA record. Unmatched records will delay the posting of your scores and credit.
Incoming first year students will have their SAT II credit awards posted to their records shortly before each semester’s orientation sessions begin. UGA encourages students with SATII scores to submith these scores as soon as possible.
Transfer students will receive the SAT II credit for college-level courses they were awarded by their transfer institution as it appears on that institution’s official transcript. Transfer students who did not receive credit for their SAT II work at a former college or university are encouraged to submit their SAT II scores to UGA. Questions regarding how SAT II credits transfer can be addressed to the Undergraduate Admissions Office.
Credit will be awarded only once for the same subject, whether the credit is earned by examination, joint enrollment, transfer credit, or course credit. Credit is awarded in the order it was chronologically earned, with the most recent instance counting towards the degree. If duplicate credit exists among SAT II, AP, IB, JT, or Departmental Exam, the source yielding the most credit will be awarded.
For sequence courses, you should plan to take the next course after the one for which you have received course credit. Please consult with your academic advisor for additional information.
You may opt not to accept credits if you see that acceptance of credits may disadvantage you. Further, if you believe that the assessment of your work and subsequent awarding of credits for such is in error, you may file an appeal with the appropriate department chair and request a re-assessment. As with other academic matters, if the issue is not satisfactorily resolved at the department level, the student may then appeal to the dean of the respective college. A final appeal is available to the Educational Affairs Committee through the vice president for instruction whose decision will be final. The procedure for such an appeal can be found in:
Undergraduate Admissions Office:
Audrey W. Shinner, Assistant Registrar