High school students now can end the nerve-racking wait for SAT scores by getting them online a week early, but it will cost them.

Students who used the internet to register for the college-entrance exam received an eMail two weeks after the test telling them scores were available online immediately for a $13 fee. If the students waited another eight days, they could access their scores for free by mail or computer.

The exam's New York-based owner, the College Board, said the service is one more way to


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