How to Self-Report Test Scores Without Breaking the Bank

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When you're going through the college application process, there seem to be fees flying at you every step of the way. Luckily, one of those fees seems to be on its way out. A growing number of schools are now accepting self-reported test scores during the application process instead of an official score report from the testing agency.

It currently costs $12 to send out a report from the College Board and $13 for a report from the ACT. That adds up quickly when you're applying to multiple schools, especially when you've already been doling out cash for test registration fees and application fees.

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