Hi and thanks for your question.
Unfortunately your transcripts from your current college career will follow you to the new college. All admission departments require college transcripts if you have taken any courses past high school. Colleges are normally interested the most in your most recent scholarly work, so while they might want to see your SAT scores, they would base a decision more so on your earned college credits and current GPA. Your best bet is to contact a couple of schools you're interested in attending and find out exactly what kind of guidelines they have for admissions. Talk to an actual admissions counselor, not a student worker who sits behind the desk for 6-8 hours per week. They might grant you admission on a "probationary" status where you would have a certain amount of time (normally 1-2 full semesters) to improve your GPA to their minimum standards.
As I'm re-reading your question, it's sounding like you might be saying you don't have any college credits, you are just trying to get into college based on your HS performance. If that's the case you could do what many other people do and start at the community college or junior college level. Many students, even those who have no problem getting into a 4-year school, start at the junior college level to get their "basics" out of the way. A junior college is also much less expensive and has much less stringent admission policies. You could spend a year or so there, build up your college-level GPA, get a lot of required classes done for cheap and then apply to a 4-year school as a transfer student.
In the case of transcripts, normally you would have to contact your HS and ask them to send a copy of your transcripts to the college you are applying to. It must be an official copy, so they have to mail it rather than you picking it up. SAT would have to be requested from that company. I hope this gives you some good ideas on where to start--best of luck!
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Edited by B. Taylor on 4/15/2010 at 9:05 PM EST