Student Access to Scores in the College Board Reporting Portal:

Students will have access to their scores through the College Board Reporting Portal. Students who cancelled their scores will not receive a score in the Reporting Portal. If a score is not available, students should check the Portal on occasion for updates.  The Portal will update daily as additional individual student scores are released.  

To access scores, students need a College Board Student Account. Steps for accessing scores   are below:

  1. Create a College Board Student Account
    If students are creating their College Board account for the first time, they should go to studentscores.collegeboard.org and click Sign Up to create an account. Students must use their full legal name that matches what the school has on file. They should be prepared to provide basic information, including gender, date of birth, email address (a permanent email address that the student will still be able to access after graduation is recommended), high school name, expected high school graduation date, and zip code.  Once the account is created, continue to step #2.
  2. View Scores in the College Board Reporting Portal
    To view scores, students will go to studentscores.collegeboard.org and sign in.  If their scores are not shown, continue to step #3.
  3. Match College Board Student Account and Registration
    If a student is signed in but doesn’t see their scores, it means we were not able to link their score report and account automatically. For security reasons, a student must verify additional information before we can display their scores.  They will need either their SAT registration number or their State Student ID number.  To match, they will:
    1. Click Add Score(s).
    2. Review the personal information. 
  1. If any information is incorrect, click Update to revise. Students will be prompted to reenter their password.
  2. If the information is correct, click Get My Scores.
    1. If a match is still not found, students will be prompted to provide either their test information, including their test date and registration number, or their State Student ID number.
  1. To use test information to match, they will select SAT as their test.  Enter “2017” as the test year. And, enter their SAT Registration Number. Click Get My Scores.
    (Educators, this number can be found on the student admission tickets.  Or, you may need to provide this number to your students. It can be found in the SAT Roster Detail report in the Educator Reporting Portal.)
  2. To use their Student ID number to match, students will enter their State Student ID.  Click Get My Scores.

There may still be cases in which a student is not able to view their scores using the steps above because the information is too different or the scores have not yet been finalized. If students cannot view their scores, they should call the College Board’s Student SAT Help Line at 1-866-756-7346.

You may want to share these additional resources with students and their families:

To access your scores, follow the steps below.

Student Access to Scores in the College Board Reporting Portal:

Students will have access to their scores through the College Board Reporting Portal.  However some scores will be released later for reasons that include participation in makeup testing, a late receipt of answer sheets, missing information on the answer sheet, or other exception conditions that require additional attention. If a score is not available, students should check the Portal on occasion for updates.  The Student Portal will update daily as additional individual student scores are released.

To access scores, students need a College Board Student Account. Steps for accessing scores are below:

  1. Create a College Board Student Account
    If students are creating their College Board account for the first time, they should go to studentscores.collegeboard.org and click Sign Up to create an account. Students must use their full legal name that matches what the school has on file. They should be prepared to provide basic information, including gender, date of birth, email address (a permanent email address that the student will still be able to access after graduation is recommended), high school name, expected high school graduation date, and zip code. Once the account is created, continue to step #2.
  1. View Scores in the College Board Reporting Portal
    To view scores, students will go to studentscores.collegeboard.org and sign in.  If their scores are not shown, continue to step #3.
  1. Match College Board Student Account and Scores
    If a student is signed in but doesn’t see their scores, it means we were not able to link their score report and account automatically. For security reasons, a student must verify additional information before we can display their scores.  They will need their State Student ID number (SASID).  To match, they will:
    1. Click Add Score(s).
    2. Review the personal information. 
  1. If any information is incorrect, click Update to revise. Students will be prompted to reenter their password.
  2. If the information is correct, click Get My Scores.
    1. If a match is still not found, choose to match by Student ID number.  Students will enter their SASID and click Get My Scores.

There may still be cases in which a student is not able to view their scores using the steps above because the information is too different or the scores have not yet been finalized. If students cannot view their scores, they should call the College Board’s Student PSAT Help Line at 1-866-433-7728.

You may want to share these additional resources with students and their families:

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Starting in 2017, Colorado high school juniors will be taking the College Board’s SAT, sophomores will take the PSAT10, and freshman will be taking the PSAT9.

The SAT is an entrance exam that is used by colleges and universities for admission purposes.  The goal of the SAT is to provide admission boards with a common criterion to compare all applicants on. 

The PSAT10 and PSAT9 is a practice exam that tests the same skills and knowledge as the SAT, but in a format that 9th & 10th grade students can better understand. The PSAT also helps students gauge potential for success in advanced course work. 

The SAT and PSAT are administered on state recognized testing days. This year, 11th grade students will take the SAT on Tuesday April 9, 2019.

To view information on the differences between the new SAT and the ACT, please click the following link http://www.studypoint.com/ed/act-vs-sat/.

For more information on the SAT and the PSAT, please visit www.collegeboard.org.