When your DNA results are ready, we post them to your Ancestry® account and email you an invitation to view them online. No test results are sent through the mail. To find your DNA results, see Locating AncestryDNA® Results.
How do you receive ancestry DNA results?
When you purchase a DNA test, we send you a package that includes a saliva tube and pre-paid return mailer. You’ll activate your kit, fill the tube with saliva, and send it back to us. Within eight weeks of the date the laboratory receives your sample, we’ll post your results to your Ancestry® account.
How long does it take to get results from AncestryDNA?
Your test results should show up 6-8 weeks from the time that the lab receives your DNA sample. But make sure to remember you have to activate your DNA kit online so it can begin processing.
How do I track my ancestry DNA kit in the mail?
Tracking your kit from the tracking email
- Wait for an email confirming that your kit has shipped. This email should arrive within two days of your date of purchase.
- Click the link in the shipping confirmation email to see the status of your order on the UPS tracking page.
How long does it take to analyze DNA Ancestry 2021?
Ancestry customers report that it’s taking 3 to 6 weeks for DNA results to process in 2020/2021. That does not include the postal transit time from when you mail your kit. Three weeks is about the fastest time that you can expect to get your Ancestry DNA results.
Can a DNA test tell you your ethnicity?
The answer as to whether a DNA test can tell you your ethnic identity? Yes — and no. … Direct-to-consumer ancestry companies offer just this kind of “admixture” test, and it is not uncommon for consumers to be told that they have a certain percentage of African, or Asian, or Native American DNA, for example.