2020-2021 SAT Administration

  • Student Resources

    SAT Student Guide

    SAT Student Answer Sheet Instructions (with college codes)

    Understanding SAT Scores

     

    CollegeBoard Student Search Services

    Students in 10th and 11th grade may elect to enter the College Board Student Search Service. The College Board's Student Search Service is a free, voluntary program that connects students with information about educational and financial aid opportunities from nearly 1,900 eligible colleges and universities, and scholarship and other educational programs. By opting in, students give the College Board permission to share their names and limited information with colleges and scholarship programs. Students can opt in through the following options:

     

    Share SAT Scores

    During pre administration, Juniors may elect to send their SAT scores to up to four colleges/universities at no charge when taking the SAT as part of the SAT School Day. These colleges/universities must be identified on your student’s answer document on the day of testing using the four digit Score Reporting Code for each school. The list of codes are available at on the SAT Student Answer Sheet Instructions. This will also be available on testing day. If students do not identify colleges/universities on test day, once scores are released, students can choose to send scores for a fee through their College Board account.

Last Modified on March 21, 2021