The first administration of the new SAT was in March 2016 and the class of 2017 was the first cohort to have primarily taken the new test. If you haven’t had a chance to adapt all of your campus processes and technology to the changes, please use this archive of information produced to support colleges and universities.
Note: Because this is an archive, some of the information may be out-of-date. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have specific questions.
Testing Options for the Classes of 2016, 2017, and 2018
Includes concordance instructions and concordance tables comparing old and new SAT scores.
Includes concordance instructions and concordance tables comparing new to old SAT scores.
Includes concordance instructions and concordance tables comparing old to new SAT scores.
College Board Guide to Implementing the New SAT
Installment 1: Implementing the New Data Layout for SAT and SAT Subject Tests Electronic Score Reports
Information to help you prepare campus systems for the new data layouts and the new SAT.
Prepare for critical conversations with constituents including college counselors, students, families, senior administrators and trustees, and financial aid professionals.
Explains how concordance tables and related tools, available in spring 2016, help colleges compare scores from the old and new SAT.
Provides information on using Student Search Service enhancements to expand outreach and recruiting efforts and on preparing for ordering changes due to the redesign of the PSAT/NMSQT.
About the Redesign
Details about how to prepare for new SAT scores and concordance tables.
Full specifications for the redesigned SAT. Includes evidentiary foundations for redesign, as well as sample questions.
Outlines the research-based, foundational principles for the redesigned SAT.
Answers to questions that high school counselors, students, and families are likely to have about the redesigned SAT.
Includes percentile tables, means, and scoring details for the SAT.
Summary of pilot study results show a strong correlation between redesigned SAT scores and college GPAs. Learn about key findings and the more comprehensive research to come.
Brief overview of the tools that will make it easy for universities and colleges to convert and compare scores from the current and redesigned SAT.
Overview of the richer demographic information available with the redesigned SAT and PSAT/NMSQT and the new PSAT 10, and strategies for using it.
Checklist of Key Activities for the Redesigned SAT: Watch our webinar to learn what higher education institutions need to do as they accept scores from the new SAT. Steps include final testing for systems that will use new scores and communicating with campus stakeholders.
What Higher Ed Needs to Know About Using Scores from the New SAT: Watch our webinar for answers to common questions about interpreting new scores, using concordance tools, and more.