For School and District Leaders

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If you make the SAT Suite of Assessments an integral part of your school year, both students and educators will benefit:

  • Your students will make progress toward college and career readiness.
  • You'll be able to use data to set and support school improvement goals.
  • You'll have the data you need to evaluate your school or district's curriculum and instruction.

When and Where to Get Scores

View scores for the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, and PSAT 8/9 and find access codes for students who need them.

Sign in to the K-12 score reporting portal.

Go to the score release schedule.

Test Dates

Get to Know the SAT Suite

The redesigned SAT Suite of Assessments includes the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, and PSAT 8/9. The tests measure the same skills and knowledge in ways that make sense for different grade levels.

Early and regular assessment of student progress toward college and career readiness enables school and district leaders to measure the growth of individual students as well as groups of students. The SAT Suite’s common score scale makes it easy to gauge progress from assessment to assessment.

The SAT Suite also provides valuable feedback about teaching and learning so that you can monitor alignment of curriculum, instruction, and assessment. The assessments are aligned with best practices for developing college and career readiness.

Order PSAT-Related Assessments

Districts can choose test dates and order standard test materials for their schools. Learn more about ordering the PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 or ordering the PSAT 8/9.

Order now.

Get Organized

Build Your Assessment Calendar

Create a comprehensive assessment calendar to keep track of all important dates and deadlines. Remember to include all SAT test dates and registration deadlines.

Communicate with Students and Families

Plan communications with students and families, and let them know about SAT practice resources, including the Khan Academy® platform. We recommend starting early in the school year, at least four to six weeks before test day.

Introduce Staff to the SAT Suite

Use these educator resources to introduce teachers, counselors, and other staff to the SAT Suite:


Test Specifications for the Redesigned SAT

Full specifications for the redesigned SAT. Includes evidentiary foundations for redesign, as well as sample questions.


2.65 MB

Review Instructional Alignment

Schedule time to review instructional alignment in your school and district after test results are returned. These resources provide guidance on using SAT Suite scores and reports for student support and acceleration, and to evaluate and improve curriculum and instruction:


Using Scores and Reporting to Inform Instruction

Guidance for teachers on interpreting student scores, monitoring progress, and making connections to instruction and curriculum.


3.29 MB


Professional Development Module 6: Using Scores and Reporting to Inform Instruction

Understand the reports and data provided by the SAT Suite of Assessments.


2.25 MB


Module 6: Facilitator's Guide

A facilitator's guide to accompany Module 6.


3.25 MB